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THE 



Pocket B. C. S. 



DICTIONARY 



Unabridged Version 





THE MAGAZINE OF BISHOP'S COLLEGE SCHOOL 

VOLUME 111 

LENNOXVILLE, QUEBEC 

CANADA. JIM 1Z8 




There are over 40,000 words in the Oxford dictionary and I would like to focus in on only one four letter word, a word used so often that we forget its 
true meaning. The word is L-O-V-E. Now it may seem strange to the reader that the Headmaster would pick this word. Let me tell you why. Firstly I am 
writing this a few days before Valentine's Day and, naturally, that word has a pervasive presence around here. Secondly, the word "love" has particular 
beauty behind it which certainly captures the true experiential essence of life every month at BCS. I am no authority on this topic but it seems to me that "love" is- 

1. The capacity to trust. The mutual trust between teachers and students allows BCSers to take risks in many endeavours such as singing a solo in Chapei 
or rappeling down the School House wall. 

2. The ability to share and care. As a school family we have shared our laughter and sorrow countless times in both victory and defeat - on the playing fields 
in the Chapel and in the Houses. We have deeply cared for members of our own BCS family and those outside our school. 

3. The potential to see good in everyone. I have had the professional and personal pleasure of joining a dedicated and caring group of teachers who see every 
student as special. They have taken to their hearts the Mission Statement's aim, "to ignite and develop the varied potentials of all our students " 

4. The capacity to understand. BCS is a pluralistic society that has allowed us to recognize and appreciate many cultures and lifestyles I have seen how students 
open themselves to others, the joy of friendships and the unique way students and teachers depend on one another 

5. The ability to make people feel welcome. The unique warm "BCS hug" that Deanna and I received during the Thanksgiving Chapel Service will forever 
be etched in our memory banks. That symbolic gesture typified the constant welcome our family has received by the entire BCS community We "love" it 1 

I would "love" to keep writing, but I think you would "love" to get to the rest of this Yearbook. 

Robert M. Ross 
8 February 1991 



HOUSES 








du'ffle, du'ffel, n. Coarse woollen 
cloth (~ bag, cylindrical canvas bag 
closed by draw-string; ~-coat, 
hooded overcoat of duffle with toggle 
fastenings), [place] 
fanta'stic a. (~ally). Extrava- 
gantly fanciful, eccentric; grotesque, 
quaint; (colloq.) excellent, extra- 
ordinary. [F f. L f. Gk (foil.)] 
fa'ntasy, pha'-. 1. n. Faculty of 
imagination, esp. when extravagant; 
mental image, day-dream; fanciful 
invention, composition, speculation, 
etc.; fantasia. 

gi'mmick (g-) n. (colloq.) Tricky 
device, esp. to attract attention or 
publicity; ~ry n.: ~y a. [orig. 
unkn.] 

gimp, gymp, (g-) n. Twist of silk 
etc.'' with cord or wire running 
through it; fishing-line of silk etc. 
bound with wire. [Du.] 

Ijho'stel n. House of residence for 
students or other special class 
(youth hostel); (arch.; or ~ry) inn. 
[F f. L (hospital)] 
i'nstitute. 1. v.t. Establish, found; 
initiate (inquiry etc.); appoint (per- 
son to, into, benefice). 2. n. Organized 
body for promotion of public object: 
its building. [L (staluo set up)] 

ma'ssacre (-k«r). 1. n. General 
slaughter (of persons, occas. of ani- 
mals) ; utter defeat or destruction. 
2. v.t. Make a massacre of; murder 
cruelly or violently (a number of 
persons). [F] 

♦mo'vie (moo'-) n., (colloq.) cinema 
film; mo'ving (moo'-) a., (esp.) 
affecting with emotion; moving 
picture, continuous picture got by 
projecting on screen etc. a sequence 
of photographs taken at very short 
intervals 
pei-'gola w. Arbour or covered walk 
formed of growing plants trained 
over trellis-work. [It.] 

su'mmer n., a., & v. 1. n. Warmest 
season of the year (Indian summer; 
MS t- Martin's ~, fine weather about 
11 Nov.); (fig.) mature stage of life 
etc.; ~y a. (~iness). 

tuck. 1. n. Flattened fold in gar- 
ment etc. secured by stitching to 
make it shorter or close(r)-fitting or 
for ornament; ||(sl.) eatables esp. 
cakes and sweets (~-box, ~-shop, 
where tuck is kept, esp. for school- 
children). 




CHAPMAN 

FIRST ROW: C. O'Meara, R. Veillon, F. Corey, C. DeSainte Marie, K. Daouk, 

S. Lo, J. Biron, T. Ashcroft. 

SECOND ROW: T. Collins, B. Carrie, W. Hinz, M. Cameron, M. Cameron, 

P. Goodwin, M. St-Jaques, C. MacDonald. 

THIRD ROW: A, Stein, M. Pommier, A. Cameron, D. Girardin, I. Belton, 

Y. Morant-Wade, S. Desmeules. D. Fortin, A. Lai. 




CHAPMAN 




ba'by n. Very young child; child- 
ish person; young or small animal, 
thing small of its kind, (baby elephant; 
~ grand, small grand piano); (si.) 
sweetheart; 
chii'li. See chilli. 
cui-'few n. Ringing of bell at fixed 
evening hour (orig. as notice to put 
out fires; Hist.); (under martial law 
etc.) signal or time after which per- 
sons must remain indoors. [F 
dumb (-m) a. Unable to speak, 
either abnormally (of human beings; 
the dumb, the deaf and dumb, as ns.) or 
normally (of animals) ; inarticulate, 
having no voice in government etc. 
far. (farther, further; farthest, 
furthest). 1. adv. At, to, by, a great 
distance, a long way (off), in space 
or time, or fig., far away, off out; far 

belter, otherwise, the best; talked far into 
the mgp.t; be ~ from wishing, by 
no means' wish). 2. a. Distant 
remote, (afar cry; Far East; in the 
far distance) ; more distant (the far end 
of the hall). 

ghost (go-). 1. n. Apparition of 
dead person or animal, disembodied 
spirit, (raise, lay, ~, cause it to 
appear or cease appearing) ; emaci- 
ated or paje person; shadow, 
semblance, (not the ghost of a chance) 

gi'golo (or zhl'-) n. (pi. ~s). 

insurmou'ntab|le a. (~ly). Thai 
cannot be surmounted or overcome. 

[IN*] 

per'fect a., n., & v . 1. a. Complete, 
not deficient; faultless; thoroughly 
trained or skilled (in duties etc.); 
(colloq.) exceedingly satisfactory; 
exact, precise, (a perfect square, 
circle) ; entire, unqualified, (a perfect 
stranger; perfect nonsense) 

pi'lbt /I., a., & v. 1. n. Person quali- 
fied to take charge of ships entering 
or leaving a harbour (drop the ~, 
fig., dismiss trusted adviser); person 
who operates controls of aircraft: 
(fig.) guide; 

po'ny n. Horse of any small breed 
u'seful (-sf-) a. (~ly). Of use, 
serviceable, producing or able to 
produce good results, (make one- 
self ~, perform useful services) 
(si.) creditable, efficient; u'seless 

(-si-) a., serving no purpose, un- 
availing. [use 1 ] 




6USS HOUSE 

Two houseparents Mr. and Mr. Brass, 
Kept 42 girls in the house of glass. 
It was a memorable year for all of us, 
Always talking about what the other does. 
Of course there were always those times of dismay, 
Especially when our microwave was taken away. 
The Saturday nights in the downstairs common room, 
When Sunday came we needed a vacuum, and broom. 
And then there was always those what if s . . . 
WHAT IF . . . 

- CarHin woke up at wake-up? 

- Lisa fulford went out with a guy for more than 24 hours? 

- Valeria, Camilla and Astrid spoke english? 

- Joanna Elkeslassy actually talked to Tony? 



- Catherine and Joya stopped watching T.V.? 

- The milk machine wasn't broken? 

- Juliet and Sara decided to do each other's duty? 

- Julie stopped saying "Alllright!" 

But there's one thing we don't have to say "what if' and that's that we've a 
great family here at Glass House. 

GLASS 

FIRST ROW: (CENTER) N. Brass, L. Harding, P. Brass, M. Forest, M. 

McGregor, J. Detchon, V. Enrich, A. Hoogvliet, M. Moss, A. Lin, J. Sen- 

nik, C. Palmer, C. Heenan, C. Belton, J. Johnston, V. Mangones-Lessard, 

C. Blais, J. Bruce, J. Melling, J. Carvalhal. 

SECOND ROW: S. Landau, H. Dunn, J. Wong, A. Tamai, C. Fitzgerald, 

S. Eddy, M. Martin, M. Carr, S. Nunnelley, C. Martin, C. Enrich, C. 

Kane, A. Nourse, S. Pourhakimi, D. Parris, K. Simms, J. Ethier, C. De 

Sainte Marie, E. Marleau, V. Hamelin. 

THIRD ROW: N. Poirier, L. Fulford, M. Elkeslassy, V. Sun, M. Torres, 

J. Sun, J. Elkeslassy, A. Barclay. 



GIASS 




bake v.t. & i. Cook by dry heat in 
closed place or on hot surface; 
harden by heat; be or become 
baked; ~'house, house or room for 
baking bread; ~d Alaska, spongc- 
-cakc and ice cream in meringue; 
~d beans, haricot beans baked and 
usu. tinned with tomato sauce; 

bour'geois (boor'zhwah). I. a. Of 
the middle class; humdrum, con- 
ventional; materialist; capitalist. 2. 
n. Bourgeois person. 3. ~ie (boorzh- 
wahzc') n., the bourgeois class. [F 
(durgess)] 

chi'lblain n. Itching sore on hand, 
foot, etc., caused by exposure to 
cold, [chill, blain] 

chlm|er'a (k-) n. (Gk Myth.) goat 
with lion's head and serpent's tail; 
bogy; wild impossible scheme or 
unreal conception; ~e'rical a. 
(-Ily). [Lf. Gk] 

chimpanzee' n. Afr. ape re- 
sembling man (colloq. abbr. chimp). 
[F f. Kongo] 

gi'bber (or g-). 1. v.i. Jabber in- 
articulately, chatter like ape. 2. n. 
Such chatter, limit.] 

gl'bberish (or g-) n. Unintelligible 
speech, meaningless sounds. 

gi'dd|y (g-) a. (~ily, ~iness). 
Dizzy, tending to fall or stagger; 
making dizzy (giddy height, success); 
mentally intoxicated, frivolous (~y 
goat, fool) ; flighty. [E] 

mousse (moos) n. Dish of cold 
whipped cream, eggs, etc., flavoured 
with fruit, chocolate, or meat or 
fish puree. [F, = froth] 

pillow (-5). 1. n. Cushion as (usu. 
oblong) support for head in reclining 
esp. in bed; pillow-shaped block or 
support; ~case, ~slip, washable 
case of linen etc. for pillow; ~-fight, 
mock fight with pillows in bedroom! 

tu'na n. (pi. ~s, same). Tunny; 
~(-fish), its flesh as food. [Amer. 
Sp.] 

tu'nnel. 1. n. Artificial sub- 
terranean passage through hill etc. 
or under road, river, etc., esp. for 
railway; subterranean passage dug 
by burrowing animal; ■wiND 1 -tunnel 
2. d.i. & t. (||.I1.). Make tunnel 
through (hill etc.), make one's way 
or way so. [F dim. of tonne tun] 




Grier North Houta 



Mr. Gellsaher: Rocky It dead, Urt Adrian Mm ll North 

Tony. Baloney, tntll tae. 

Mareal: I Gcrl the POWERl 

Naoya: I jet rait hit. 

Brian: Gwd Sinajna,, 

R«4*f How many tint nw? 

Tin: Hey, it'l a Jerry't Kid. 

C»l*: Hw'i four head feel km? 

Dave: Small redneck yank. 

Sank Whst wurrtry? 

James. Cweh potato? Nod 

Ttftuyi: Put the lock in H. 

Phil: Terek, I need my tleepll 

Terek: VII farmer? Vw *iih!!I 

Norm: Poohman, NOOORM. 

Chrit: Pcwi't worry, 6atf ll eomfna, MM. 

Darmii: fried a Ay and died. 

Seetl: But my titter can't play tporttll! 

Jeff: HO HO HO. Chart. 

Steve: Wei much, Wreteh For the wtrnWlf! 

Ale*: So, ho* much da you welajh? 

Arf. The ««art«er. 

Sanrr When are you jelna, to jrow? 

Jurtfn: Ym'II never be Sen, Juitwe. 

CharietMi: So, m writ ti be a fiafoer pilet? (Air Pakltten) 

Kylen Ky, m *ho really lift Jen? 

Biff. The bed ii net Ma, eneaih for tml (Julia) 

Daraaji: Are yew jtlna te play hockey? "It Kyler?" 

Slick: Nat pTeierrt. 

Ray: Can y*i .pell FIRE?? 

Morrby: hi net in the book boyt. 

Bedard: Undo Real. 

Dr. Booth: Dr. Roth, hw'i Timi lave life? 

The Hkjm Captain, and illck *hfle preierri. 



GRIER NORTH 

FIRST ROW S Yazbeck, D, Slowey, E. Lilford, K. Wells, S. Lousley, V. 
Maltby, C Gallagher. W, Gallagher, M. Gallagher, S. Gallagher, S. Booth. 
R. Bedard, P. Price, J. McKellar. C. Bradley, T. Macno, A. Seccombe-Hett. 
SECOND ROW: J Stewart, N. Kawata, J. Lamoureux. R. Quinlan, T. Girar- 
din. A. Pong. S. Bcndriss, C. Farmer, S. Shasfaoua, T. El Habbal. S. Richard- 
son, M. David, D. Bondurant, T. Mason, C Newman. D Lai, B. Hong, A. 
Hackclt. 




6RIER NORTH 




ga'mble. 1. v.t. & i". Play games of 
chance for (esp. high) money stakes; 
risk much in hope of great gain; ~ 
away, lose by gambling; ~ on, act 
in hope of (event) ; ~r n., one who 
gambles habitually. 2. n. Risky 
^undertaking O.amp 1 ! 
game 1 n., a., & v. 1. n. Contest 
bound by rules and decided by skill, 
strength, or luck, (play a good, 
poor, ~, be skilful or not; be on, 
off, one's ~, be playing well, badly; 

gar'goyle n. Grotesque spout of 
gutter of building. | F, = throat] 

ha ha (hah hah) int. cxpr. 
laughter. [E] 

ha-ha (hah'hah) n. Sunk fence 
bounding park or crardr-n rn 

hadj, hajj, n. Pilgrimage made by 
Muslim to Mecca; ha'dji, ha'jjl, n., 
Muslim who has been to Mecca as 
pilgrim. [Arab.] 
Hag. abbr. Haggai (O.T.). 
ha'ggard. 1. a. Wild-looking esp. 
from fatigue, worry, etc. 2. n. Hawk 
caught when adult. [F hagard] 

hey (ha) int. calling attention or 
expr. jc3y, surprise, or inquiry; ~ 
for - — , expr. applause or apprecia- 
tion; ~ presto!, conjuror's formula 
of command, [cf. heigh] 
hey'day (ha'-) n. Bloom, prime, 
{the heyday of youth etc.). [LG] 

instinct. .1. (l'n-) n. Innate pro- 
pensity, esp. in lower animals, to 
seemingly rational acts; innate im- 
pulse or behaviour; intuition; in- 
sti'netive, insti'netual, adjs. 2. 
(-tl'-) a. Filled, charged, {with life, 
energy, etc.). [L (stinguo prickll 

pai-'ty n. Body of persons united in 
a cause, opinion, etc., attachment to 
such body, taking of sides on public 
questions, (the P~, esp. the Com- 
munist party) ; body of persons 
travelling or working together 
perfu'nctor|y a. (~ily, ~iness). 
Done merely for sake of getting 
through a duty, acting thus, super- 
ficial, (a perfunctory inspection, in- 
quirer). TL (function)] 
pong n., & v.i. (colloq.) Stink, 
[orig. unkn.] 
turn n. (childish or joe.) Stomach 
(also ~'tum). [abbr. tummy] 



Williams House 

Willie House 90/91: So what if we're a little small this year, we've had lots of 
fire drills (don't use the stove!) and impressive house captains (congratulations Ana 
and Josee) and as always - lots of fun!! Common room on a Friday night Chrissie, 
could you hook up the VCR? Alison and Nadia, shh!, we're watching a movie. Josee 
D: massage-time! Is that Sophie playing the Muppet Show? Lucy, stop laughing. What's 
that smell - incense again, Josee B.? Glad you made it before December, Chia Chia! 
Shirley, who were you with this time? Ana: TUCK! Laura, buying more food - don't 
bum the popcorn. Is this the first time you've been on duty Catou? Cheryl: What 
movie are we watching? Shhh!! Where's Michelle? On a weekend. Well, that's the 
last time we let you rent a movie, Ms. Reed. Christie, are you taking it back this 
time? Mme St. Jacques: This chair is reserved for old people (why are you sitting 
there?) Jen: I'm in a LAP mood! Mrs. Peacock: Sorry, didn't have time to bake a 
cake. Ms. Nelson: we're not watching that while I'm on duty! 

WILLIAMS 

FIRST ROW: B. Reed, P. Peacock, C. Peacock, L. St-Jacques, D. Nelson. 
SECOND ROW: 1. Dufresne, A. MacDonald, J. Bourgault, A. Chavez, S. Pan- 
ne]], C. Braconnier, N. Bendriss, C. Price, C. Dunkley, C. Lousbey, L. Ran- 
dall, L. Gray-Donald, M. Evangelista, S. Law. 




10 



WILLIAM 




baboo'n n. Large African and 
Arabian monkey. [F or L] 

curl. 1. v.t. & i. Bend or coil (up) 
into spiral or curved shape; (of 
smoke etc.) move in spiral or curve; 
play at curling; ~ up, (fig.) writhe 
with horror, shame, etc., (colloq.) 
lie or sit with knees drawn up, (si.) 
collapse. 2. n. Coiled lock of hair; 

cur'i|ous a. Eager to learn; in- 
quisitive, prying; stirring curiosity, 
puzzling, inviting attention; strange, 
odd; ~6'sity n., eager receptiveness 
of mind, desire to know details of 
something, tendency to pry into 
others' concerns, a strange or rare 
thing; ~o n. (pi. ~os), rare or 
unusual object. [F f. L (cure)] 

ghoul (gool, gowl) n. Spirit preying 
on corpses in Muslim superstition; 
(fig.) person morbidly interested in 
death etc. [Arab.] 

gew'gaw (g-) n. Gaudy plaything 
or ornament; showy trifle, [orig. 
unkn.] 

hair n. 1. Any or (in pi. sense with 
sing, vb.) all of the fine filaments 
growing from skin of animals, esp. 
from human head; elongated cell 
growing from surface of plant ; 
hairlike thing; very small quantity 
(to a ~, exactly) 

hag n. Ugly old woman, witch; 
~'ridden,i afflicted by nightmare, 
mentally harassed. [E] 

ja'guar (or -gwer) n. Large Amer. 
carnivorous spotted animal of cat 
family. [Tupi] 
jail etc. See gaol etc. 
po'nder v.t. & i. Weigh mentally, 

think over (matter, how, etc.) ; think 

on, muse over; ~able a. (-bly), 

having . appreciable weight (lit. or 

fig.); ~abl'lity n.; ~ous a., heavy, 

unwieldy, (of style) dull, tedious; 

^d'sity n. [F f. L pondero weigh] 

pooh (poo) int. expr. impatience or 
contempt; ~-~' v.t., express con- 
tempt for, ridicule, fimit-l 

su'lk|y. 1. a. (~ily, ~iness). 

Silent, inactive, or unsociable from 
resentment or bad temper. 2. n. 
Light two-wheeled one-horse vehicle. 
3. sulk, (v.i.) be sulky, (n., usu. in 
pi.) sulky condition, fpcrh. obs. sulkc 
hard to dispose of] 



11 



Grier South House 

A typical weekend at Grier South: 

As the cheek-in starts at 8 o'clock, we discover that Andre Blair, and Luc 
are camping in Glass again. Andy is tutoring the whole 7th form in the small 
apartment. While Peter Chang is tutoring Mr. MacDonald in math, Michael 
starts singing to himself. Boomer begins his regular late night talking in his 
sleep. Sebastian, with his "Moose" slippers, runs out of the common room 
and crashes into the door. John plays Dungeons and Dragons with Dominique. 
Abdallah, the crazy ping-pong player, takes on everyone in the house except 
his house captain, Steve, Ha! Eric T. is dreaming about being the future owner 
of a Hariey Davidson. Julien wants to buy a F-1 car but he needs to ask 
Yip Ling, our resident "loan shark", for money. Charles arrives — begging 
for laps from Sean. Henry is not far behind him after an evening's preparation 
to replace Mario Lemieux. Marktin continues the check-in and notices that 
Eric W. is already asleep at his desk. Matthieu has not returned from play 
practice, yet. Steve P., Han, and Dennis are trying to find something other 
than "Big Bucks" to play. 'Tuck opening!", Torrance is first in line. Sometimes 
excitement comes on Sunday afternoon: the "flood" is always memorable to 
the Chapman Boys. 

GRIER SOUTH 

FIRST ROW: M. Chu, A. Dandachi, A. Lai, G. Sherriffs, B. Culmer, 

M. Moss, P. Kandanlaft, S. Desmeules, C. Gauthicr, T. Ragueneau. 

SECOND ROW: D. Wu, H. Cho, S. Ludlow, M. Su, J. Slocombe, P. 

Chang, S. MacMillan, H. Lin, Y. Wong. 

THIRD ROW: L. Delaney, S. Pan, J. Lecorps-Cameron, B. Lilford, 

E. Toman, A. Iannuzzi, J. Laidlaw, D. Brown. 

ABSENT: E. Wu. 



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CRIER SOUTH 




bait. 1. v.t. Torment (chained 
animal) by setting dogs at it, (per- 
son) with jeers etc.; put bait on or 
in (hook, trap, hshing-placc). 

dull. 1. a. (~'y pr. -l-li, ~ness). 
Slow of understanding, stupid; (of 
ears, eyes, etc.) without keen per- 
ception; (of pain etc.) indistinctly 
felt, not acute; (of colour, light, 
sound, taste) not bright, vivid, or 
keen; (esp. of edge) blunt; (of person, 
animal, trade, etc.) 

gar'lic n. Plant with pungcni 
strong-smelling bulb used in cookery: 
~ky a. | I',, = sprar-lcckl 

gher'kln (ger'-) n. Young or small 
cucumber for pickling. [Du.] 

Ki'bernjate v.i. (Of animal) spend 
winter in torpid state; ~a'tion n. 
[L, (hibcrnus of winter)] 

hi'deous a. Repulsive, revolting, 

(hideous monster, crime, noise) ; (colloq.) 
unpleasant. [AF hidous] 

ho'stage n. Person, thing, given or 
seized as pledge (~ to fortune, 
person, thing, one may suffer by 
losing). [F f. L obses obsidis hostaee.l 

ho'tchpotch, ho'dgepodge (-jp-), 
n. (Confused) mixture, medley; 
broth or stew of mixed vegetables 
etc. [F hochepot shake potl 

hour (owr) n. Period of 60 minutes, 
twenty-fpurth part of day and night 
(1700 ~s etc., time of 17 etc. hours 
after midnight) ; the ~, the time 
o'clock, time of whole number of 
hours, (what is the hour?; at half past 
the hour; the eleventh hour) 

institution n. Instituting; estab- 
lished law, custom, or practice, 
(colloq.) well-known person 

insult. 1. (I'n-) n. Scornful abuse; 
offence to modesty or self-respect. 2. 
(-u'lt) v.t. Treat with insult. [F or L 
(ihsullo leap upon, assail)] 

ja'nitor n. Doorkeeper, caretaker 
of building. [L (janua door)] 

pila'fF n. Oriental dish of rice or 
wheat with meat, spices, etc. [Turk.l 

tu'ber n. Thick round root or 
underground stem of plant, frcq. 
bearing buds, e.g. potato, dahlia; 
~ose, (a.) having tubers, (-z; n.) 
plant with fragrant creamy-white 
flowers; ~ous a. [L, = hump, 
swelling] 



13 




McNaughton House 

You will be entering a future dimension twenty years from now at Srudio-S just for Turner's old time 
sake. We have found out a few things about Hie so-called guys in MeNaughton. The house captains couldn't 
make it because their learjet was snowed in, in Switzerland. 

Omar - the chief control officer of the trench fries department at McDonald's. 

Khaled - a P on the comer of St. Catherine. 

Hike - happily married with one red head and three kids. 

John - selling imported Bahamian shower curtain rings. 

Alex - headmaster of B.C.S. 

Tolly - a tackling dummy for the NFL 

Adam - on an artificial respirator. 

Nic - caddying for Cous'Y'ln. 

LP. - stick boy for the Nordiques. 

John Partridge - a civil rights activist in San Frensisco. 

Chris - owns a shampoo factory. 

Pat - Returning for seventh form. 

Greg Todd - a dancer on Solid Sold. 

Clayton - Ha didn't make it because of his laundry. 

David - Will live in a suberb and have 2.3 kids. 

Denis - Will still be in the bathroom stall no. 3. 

Greg Carvahal - playing "connect the dots" with his tits. 

Yesunori Nakagawa - Who? 

Jesse - assaulted by a girl. 

Aaron - A stand-up comedian. 

Tommy - still looking for a girlfriend. 

Jamie - in jail. 

Adrian - hospitalized for mouth cancer. 

Stephan - Will have a comer In the library dedicated to his cause. 

Adrian Cox - Will have over-dosed on hormone drugs. 

Charles - starring in the return of E.T. 

Andrew - looking for someone to beat up. 

Sebastien - working for a connstruction crew building lockers. 

Bjom - making laugh tracks for cheap sitcoms. 

Major Turner - Soleil will actually coma home when called. 

Mr. Bray - has been promoted to janitor. 

Mr. Detchon - even more intense than he Is now. 

Mr. Mortimer - has experienced multiple personality syndrome. 

Mr. Martin - has repainted his Toyota for the twentieth time. 

Mr. Brass - very happy, very DEAD! 

McNAUGHTON 

FIRST ROW: E. Bray, P. Brass, E. Detchon, D. Turner, X. Mortimer, T. 
Marlin, D. Colpitis, N. Bruneau, S. Chan, C. Ellis, D. Dube, R. Hurrle, G. 
Hackett, A. Gottdenker, T. Bradford, O. Khayat, M. Moreland, T. Sherratt, 
K. Khayat, J. Brown, C. Lecuyer, P. Varin. 

SECOND ROW: B. Muskus, J. Pashagumskum, S. Lafaille, A. McDonald, 
J. Doherty, L. Ethier, J. Partridge, D. Proulx, G. Carvalhal, G. Todd, Y. 
Nakagawa, A. Kozlowski, J. Cundill, A. DeVita, C. Demers, A. Cobbett, A. 
Cox, A. Abdoo. 




McNAUGHTON 




ba'chelor n. Unmarried man.; 
person who has taken university 
degree below that of Master 
{Bachelor of Arts) ; ~'s button, kind of 
button-like flower; knight ~ (of no 
special order); ~hobd n., man's 
unmarried life. [F f. L baccalaureus] 

Balacla'va (-ah'-) n. ~ (helmet), 
woollen covering for head and neck, 
[place] 

bo'vine a. Of oxen; dull, inert. [L 
(bos ox)] 

dud. (si.) 1. n. Counterfeit article; 
shell etc. that fails to explode; futile 
plan or person; (in pi.) clothes, rags. 
2. a. Counterfeit; useless, futile, 
[orig. unkn.] 

*dude n. (si.) Foppish person; ~ 
ranch, cattle ranch converted to 
jioliday centre. [G dial, dude fool] 

gi'ant. 1. n. A being of human 
form but superhuman size; (Gk 
Myth.,/./.) sons of Gaea (Earth) and 
Uranus (Heaven) or Tartarus (Hell) 
who warred against the gods; very 
tall or large person, animal, plant, 
etc.; person of immense ability, 
strength, etc. 

geese. See goose. 

gee'zer (g-) n. (si.) Old man; 
person, [dial, guiser mummer] 

ghe'tto (ge'-) n. (pi. ~s). Jews' 
quarter in city (Hist.) ; part of city 
occupied by minority group(s): 
segregated group or area. FIt.l 

ha'ddock n. N. Atlantic fish allied 
to cod. [F] 

hide 2 . 1. v.t. & i. (hid; hidden, 
arch. hid). Put or keep (thing) out 
of sight intentionally or not (~ one's 
head, keep out of sight from shame 

insur'ance (-shoor'-) n. Insuring; 
sum paid for or because of this; safe- 
guard; ~ agent etc. (undertaking 
insurance dealincs 1 ). TOF ^pn<:tirf.^1 

pime'nto n. (pi. ~s). Allspice 
(tree); (also pimle'nto) sweet 
pepper. [Sp. f. L (pigment)] 

pontoo'n n. Flat-bottomed boat 
used as ferry-boat etc.; one of 
several boats etc. used to support 
temporary bridge; vingt-et-un. [F f. L 
ponto -on- punt] 

U.S. abbr. United States (of 
America) ; unserviceable. 



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Gillard House 

Twi the night before brook, when ill through the house ill the creatures were stirring, except for Toebi 
•ho »i! Hill in hi! barrel. Big! woro packed and *o were ready to go, but first Ms. UBaron hid to chock 
out rho show. Amanda and Shelley ate ill the food, but (Catherine and Sheila were (till In a good mood. 
Molissa wins the fourth form prize, but Amolie likei Califomian guy*. Then there 1 ! Heather and her roomate's 
not there but fortunately Flora and Chor-Chiat are gurle a pair, lii and Staph (Hay squash it tho ith, Courtney 
our "coiffure", ind Rachel who rum to the phone in a Wift. Jon J. who want! to 90, and Net hate! the 
mow. Up tho rtiin we 50, where Catherine and Hen will not shirt up, while laura and Pippa are obsesied 
with their cup. Gen and Marcia tried to move but Melonie and Michelle did not approve. Meanwhile, Rhea 
add! 1 Me SPARK to the dry, brittle, K'mn tree bark. Clodagh became addicted to PEPSI. Heether and 
Blena ire always spacoy. Marie-Helene and all her boys, Sophie and her electric toys. Trocey uses 3 cans 
of halrsproy, arid Sendy li New Kid! crazy. Moon bounces around on tiny feet, past Connoy's room that's 
much too wat. Asuka our great hockey player, and Unda must hide cause we never see her. Into our cory 
annex we come. Helen tho imported peasant, who's |ust so pleasant. Tanya who has no room to lie, and Kristme's 
bod is just to high. Sara stays up afraid of feet, and Jen will ask "what's to eat". Miehah/nn's on the phone 
with you bow who, while Julia dream! of Blue. Smeot and Smeet have nice tans. Kristin and Erin will always 
use cans. The children got nestled all snug in their beds while visions of sugarplums dance in their heads. 
And we heard him exdaim as he drove out of sight, "Merry Christmas to all, and to all a goodnight". Except 
for Toebi 'cause he just woke up. 

GILLARD 

FIRST ROW: A. Sugiyama. S. Su, C. Chen, C. Vanyo. C. Goh, M. Choi, A. 
Choiniere, M. Barsoski. E. Drake, S. Jessop, K. Cross, C. Slowey R Toman 
N Koll, F. Hanitijo. J. Jobin. 

SECOND ROW: T. Pash, C. McGillivary, K. Smeets, S. Hallmer, M. Poirier, 
J. Ralph, K. Smith. J. Sruhlkman, E. Moran, G. Smeets, H. Owen. 
THIRD ROW: J Le Baron, S. Yu, C. Su, H. Atkins, A. Gourgourinis, A. Stern, 
H. Ward, M. Mukawa, M. Ethier, R. Black, M. Collins. L. Osborne. P. 
Seccombe-Hett. G. Bedard, S. Vezina, L. Chen, T. Wells, M. Dube, M. Richard- 
son, R. Mesnil 
ABSENT: E. Fung, K. Vaneyk, B. Coleman, J. Morch. 



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GILLARD 




buss n., & u.t. (arch.) Kiss. [cf. F 
baiser f. L] 

bounc|e. 1. v.i. & t. (Cause to) 
rebound; (si., of cheque) be returned 
by bank when there are no funds to 
meet it; throw oneself about, rush 
(noisily etc.) into or out of (room), in 
or out. 2. n. Rcbound(ing power); 
boast, swagger. 

Cu'pid n. Roman god of love 
pictured as winged boy with bow; 
~'s bow, upper edge of upper lip 
etc., shaped like Cupid's double- 
-cu'rved bow; cupi'dlty n., greed for 
gain. [L (cupio long for)] 

gl'ggl|e (g-). 1. v.i. Have small 
bursts of half-suppressed laughter; 
laugh in silly manner. 2. n. Such 
laugh; (colloq.) amusing person or 
thing, joke {did it Jot a giggle) ; ~y a. 
■fimit.] 

fire. 1. n. State of combustion, 
condition of burning, active principle 
operative in this, flame, incan- 
descence, (catch or take fire; there 
is no smoke without ~, rumour 
is never entirely baseless 

hot a. & v., (-tt-). 1. a. Of or at 
high temperature, very warm (red, 
white, -hot); (of food etc.) heated 
and served without cooling; (of 
person) feeling heat; causing sensa- 
tion of heat {hot fever) ; (of pepper, 
spices, etc.) pungent; having intense 
feeling, angry or upset; ardent, 
eager {in hot pursuit), excited, 
passionate 

hote'l {or o-) n. (Large) house or 
inn where food and accommodation 
are available to paying travellers; 
(Austral. & N.Z.) public house; 
~ier 72., hotel-keeper. [F (hostel)] 

per'fume. 1. n. (Sweet) smell ; fluid 
containing essence of flowers etc., 
scent. 2. {or rxrfu'm) v.t. (esp. ivxp.p.) 
Impart sweet scent to. 3. perf u'mer 
n., maker or seller of perfumes; 
perfu'mery n. [F f. It. parfumare 
smoke through] 

toy. 1. n. Thing to play with, 
trinket or curiosity, trifling thing 
that one makes much of or regards 
as a child its playthings; {altrib.) 
mimic, not meant for real use, hardly 
deserving the name, (~ dog, of 
diminutive breed; ~ soldier, of 
lead etc., or of army that has no 
fighting to do). 2. v.i. Play or fiddle 
or dally with (person's hair, etc., 
one's food, thing held in fingers, idea 
or proposal), [orig. unkn.] 



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Ross House Boys 

What happen when a bunch of partying hicks from such illustrious places as 
Lennoxville, Sherbrooke and North Hatfey get together at BCS Ross House. While 
other houses chant intricate cheers extolling their house pride at times like Car- 
nival we pray to the ghosts of modem Canadian heroes, the Mackenzie brothers 
for guidance. Headed by the wise Goodwins, Ross boys have endeavoured to lighten 
up this school with their sprint and jocularity. Along with the perennial partyers, 
the tow Nicks, Dan, Seats and Phil we joined by the fresh faces of Ian Henderson 
and the next french style idol-Francois Gregoire, from Greg Jones to Peter Cassar 
we have come together to form the vital backbone of this institution. We come 
together at the house parties and the inter house athletic events and our true 
sprints really shows. Despite all the fun we are having we still get our work done 
as we have more than our shape on the Headmaster's list. Basically, we're the best! 

ROSS BOYS 

FIRST ROW: N. Ellis, M. Tame, D. DeKee, F. Gregoire, G. Michel, J-F. 

Pinero, G. Jones, N. Scheib. 

SECOND ROW: E. Chaimowicz, T. Peacock, P. Fortier, P. Kantardjieff, 

A. Patella, R. Parenteau, I. Henderson. 

THIRD ROW: P. Cassar, P. Cote, J. Stafford, P. Goodwin, C. Goodwin, 

I. Deletion, F. Roberge, L. Evans. 




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ROSS BOYS 




bou'nt|y n. Liberality in giving; 
gift; sum paid to encourage trade or 
for killing dangerous animal etc.; 
gratuity on enlistment; ~eous a., 
(rhet.) beneficent, freely bestowed; 
~iful a. (-Hy), generous, profuse in 
giving. [F f. L (bonus good)l 

bu'stard n. Kind of large swift- 
-running bird. [AF f. L avis tarda 
slow bird] 

bu'stle {-se\). 1. v.t. & i. Make 
show of activity, hurry about; make 
(person) hurry or work hard. 2. n. 

du'el. 1. n. Fight with deadly 
weapons between two persons, in 
presence of two seconds, to settle 
quarrel; two-sided contest. 2. v.i. 
(H-11-). Fight duel(s). 3. ~list n., 
duel-fighter. [It. duello or L duellum 
war] 

fang n. Canine tooth, esp. of dog 
or wolf; serpent's venom-tooth; 
(prong of) root of tooth. [E] 
gang 1 . 1. n. Set of workmen 
gig 2 (g-v n -. (colloq.) Engagement 
of musician(s) to play jazz etc., esp. 
for one night, [orig. unkn.] 

giga'ntic a. (~ally). Giant-like, 
huge. [L (giant)] 

||ha'ggis (-g-) n. Minced offal of 
sheep boiled in maw or artificial bag 
with oatmeal etc. [orig. unkn.] 
*hick n. (colloq.) Yokel, [fam. 
form of Richard] 

ma'ster (-ah' j ) n., a., & v. 1. n. 
Person having control (be ~ of, 
have at one's disposal, know how to 
control; be one's own ~, be inde- 
pendent or free to do as one wishes; 
make oneself ~ of, acquire 
thorough knowledge of or facility in 
using); employer 
poop n. Stern of ship; aftermost and 
highest deck. [F pupe f. L puppis] 
Tu'esday (tu'z-; or -dl). 1. n. Day 
of week, following Monday; Shrove 1 
Tuesday.' 2. adv. (cf. Friday 2). TE1 

tu'mour, *-mor, (-«•) n. Ab- 
normal or morbid swelling in the 
body. [L (tumeo swell)] 

Uto'pia (Q-) n. (Imagined) perfect 
i place or state of things; ~n, G-, a., 
i of Utopia, visionary, desirable but 
I impracticable, [title of book 1516; 

I L f. Gk ou not, topos place] 



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Mary, Mary, quite contrary, 

How does your garden grow? 

Full of little girls with their hair in curls 

and great spirits all aglow. 

Arriving at Bishops College School, 

Rain, hail, wind or snow. 

We live at home but on campus we roam, 

throughout the day until we go. 

With birthday cake each and every break, 

the birthday girl, the candles she does blow. 

Don't make a fuss, remember us, 

and we will see you tomorrow. 

Mary, Mary, quite contrary, this is how your garden grows. 

Love the five sunflowers - (the rulers of the garden) 

ROSS GIRLS 

FIRST ROW: C. Barlow, I. Jelowicki, E. Marosi, S. Goodwin, M. 

Sakamoto, L. Booth, T. Holland, D. Elias, T. Harding. 

SECOND ROW: L. Jelowicki, S. Greer, K. Kouri, N. Elias, M, Pilon, 

T. Jelowicki, C. Michel, C. Ross, A. Jelowicki 

THIRD ROW: E. Jones, N. Ahmed, L. Chaimowicz, D. Nelson, E. 

Marosi, N. Nerenberg, G. Myhal, C. Dangoisse, S. Barlow. 






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ROSS GIRLS 




bouti'quc (boo(c'k) n. Small shop 
or department selling (csp. fashion- 
able) clothes etc. TF1 
chl'ff-chaff n. European bird of 
warbler family, [imit.] 

chi'ff|6n (sh-). 1. n. Light dia- 
phanous fabric. 2. a. (Of fabric) 
lightweight; (of pie etc.) light- 
-textured. [F (chiffe rag)l 
fanda'ngo (-nggo) n. (pi. ~es, ~s). 
(Music for) lively Spanish dance. 
[Sp.] 

farc|e n. Dramatic work meant 
merely to cause laughter, often by 
presenting ludicrously improbable 
events 

gee'" 1 , gee whiz, ints. expr. assevera- 
tion, discovery, etc. [perh. abbr. 
Jesus] 
gei'sha (ga'-) n. Japanese woman 
trained to entertain men. [Jap.] 

hai'ku (hi'koo) n. (pi. same). 
(English imit. of) Japanese three-line 
17-syllablc poem. [Jap.] 

hi'ecup, hi'ecough (-kup). 1. n . 
Involuntary spasm of respiratory 
organs with abrupt coughlikc sound. 
2. v.i. & /. Make, utter (words) with, 
hiccup, [imit.] 

hose (-z). 1. n. Stockings collec- 
tively (half-~, socks); (Hist.) 
breeches (doublet and hose) ; ~(- 
-pipe), flexible tube conveying water 
for watering plants, putting out 
fires, etc. 

ma'ss|age (-ahzh). 1. n. Rubbing, 
kneading, etc., of muscles and joints 
of body with the hands, to stimulate 
their action, cure strains, etc. 

perha'ps (or praps) adv. It may De, 
possibly, (he has perhaps lost it; perhaps 
you would like to see it?), [hap] 
su'ltan n. Muslim sovereign; 
(sweet) ~, a sweet-scented plant; 
sulta'na (-ah'-) n., sultan's wife, 
mother, concubine, or daughter, 
kind of seedless raisin; ~ate «., 
position of, territory ruled by, sultan. 
[F or L f. Arab.l 

su'mptu|ary a. Limiting (esp. 
private) expenditure; ~ous a., 
(looking) rich and costly. [L (smnptus 
cost)] 

tu'mmy n. (childish or colloq.) 
Stomach; ~-button, (colloq.) navel, 
[childish pr.] 



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babel M Meliiu ou «-?) 

Sim L.rt, aoetar CHIIE . . . ' C.i Cm!" THE HUNKER . . . "Hn»." MUTAaYESOME ... 'I m framea 1 !!" MR. T. . . . "Jurl 
bun raleblna ay ferry .»*i. tnyil" SCHMUCK MARliAU . . "Wbe torn?" SCOTT . . . "H «■ Jaaie'i Ml!" S.MAC ..."!■ M 
Uih, bal Inii meate'i ina 1 . Obey, inyi. Tan ewe mental." EUOENE SIROIS . . . "Hi 4a ban mar!" PAPPAS . . . "Creyvyieea, „,„[- 
RANDY . . . (»be nut need a tUrl K Ml pants aet jaebad up any hlaber . . .) CARROT-TOP (VI farm animal) AKA Milter maturity 
HANDY CHEW . . . Dan ha Im rial raarHa fan babe; ai Pkeebe? (eiwieh IBM?) PAN-MAN HAR . . . 'Yeah, ban abat'i ha dleaba 
for? ' MOUNTME . . . "Bat teriaury esyi, abet anal Rata boa Hut I dent? 1 (a babe) JON "daan ibayan" CHORNY . . . Perrrreel 
Ian. (yaa'ra iaeie»el| 6HISM . . "Ye. IM la, ab7 Dan «tth all ibnt, aaabil" |. . . SCRATCH!) TRICKY . . . (Umie. Wall maybe 
ba dipt rettj lata at night!) Fmrila qaete: ". . ." HE E -FAMILY . . . Them iV Hie Betty Creeker bMbtay belong ana 1 (a al rhete happenen' paiheil 



Thii yeai bai baan a really treat rule. Take rare ... And keep an laaihmq 



SMITH 

FIRST ROW: G. Bradley, G, Hill, J. Ych, O. Drake, C, Marleau. C. Ly, 

SECOND ROW: B. Trower, C. Evans, L. Evans, R. Jackson, S. Mackriish. 

THIRD ROW G. Brodcur, J Har. PC. Sirois. M. Raslan, J. Chorny, C. Mackenzie, F. Raff. MM. 

Munk, M. Price. S. Wayland, B. O'Hayon. J. Maclaren, R. Sugiyama, A. Chou. S. McGillivary. 



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SMITH 




baci'll|usn. (pi. ~i pr. -i). Rodlike 
bacterium, esp. one causing disease 
by entering and multiplying in 
animal and other tissues; ~ary a. 
[L dim. of bacillus stick] 

bust 2 , (colloq.) 1. n. Sudden 
failure; worthless thing; drinking- 
-bout. 2. v.t. & i. (~ed, ~). Burst, 
break; ~-up, explosion, quarrel, 
collapse. 3. a. Burst, broken; bank- 
rupt, [burst] 

co'ntraband 77. & a. (Of) smug- 
gling; smuggled (goods); ~ of war, 
munitions or other goods forbidden 
to be supplied by neutrals to bel- 
ligerents. [Sp. f. It.] 

ga'llows (-oz) n.pl. (usu. treated 
as sing.) Structure, usu. of two up- 
rights and cross-piece, for the hang- 
ing of criminals. [N] 

Gei'ger (gi'g-) n. ~ counter, 
device for detecting and measuring 
radioactivity etc. [person] 

insur'gen|t. 1. a. In revolt, re- 
bellious; ~cy n. 2. n. Rebel. [F f. L 
(surgo surrect- rise)] 

insurre'etion n. Incipient rebel- 
lion, rising in open resistance to 
authority; ~al, ~ary, adjs.; ~ist n., 
insurgent. [F f. L (insurgent)] 

xnousta'che, *mus-, (mi/stah'sh) 
n. Hair on either side (usu. in pi.) or 
both sides of (usu. man's) upper lip. 
[F f. It. f. Gk mustax] 

P^'rfl n. Danger; in ~ of (in 
danger of losing) one's life etc. ; you 
do it at your ~, if you do it you take 
the risk; keep off at your ~ (take the 
risk if you do not) ; ~ous a. [F f. L 
periculum] 

pool 2 . 1. n. (Cards) collective 
amount of players' stakes and fines, 
receptacle for these; [Igame on 
billiard-table in which winner takes 
all stakes; *game on billiard-table 
with usu. 16 balls (~'room, place 
for playing this, betting, etc.) ; (col- 
lective stakes in) joint gambling 
venture 

to'xic a. (~ally). Ol or caused by 
or acting as poison; ~6'logy, ~6'Io- 
gist, ns. ; to'xin n., poison esp. of 
animal or vegetable origin, poison 
secreted by micro-organism and 
causing particular disease. [L f. Gk 
toxikon poison for arrows] 



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FORM II 



Alexandra Barclay 

Shelley Barlow 

Monica Cardenas Torres 

Peter Cassar 

Leah Chaimowicz 



Chien-Jung (Michael) Chu 

Bradley Culmer 

Carole Dangoisse 

Johanna Elkeslassy 

Lewis Evans 



Charles-Michel Gauthier 

Chor-Chiat Goh 

Francois Gregoire 

Flora Hanitijo 

Lara Jelowicki 



Yu-Jen Pan 

Richard Jr. Parenteau 

Torrance Ragueneau 

Laura Randall 

Pi-hsun Sun 



Eric Toman 




tmd 



mmd 








Chih-I (Eric) Wu 




Undergraduates Undergraduatas Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduate: Undergraduate: Undergraduate: Undergraduates Undergraduate: Undergraduates Undergraduates 



FORM III 




Dominique Brown 
Chung-Wen (Peter) Chang 
Henry Cho 
Abdallah Dandachi 
Elizabeth Drake 



Meyrav Elkeslassy 
Lisa Marie Fulford 



Lucy Gray-Donald 
Virginie Hamelin 



Andre Iannuzzi 
Stephanie Jessop 



John Laidlaw 

Julien Lecorps-Cameron 

Blair Lilford 

Shih-Han Lin 

Sean Ludlow 



Elizabeth Marleau 
Emily Marosi 
Matthieu Moss 
Genevieve Myhal 
Dina Nelson 



Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates 



FORM III + VI 



Natanya Nerenberg 

Natalie Poirier 

I-Hao (Marktin) Su 

Yi-chin Sun 

Courtney Vanyo 



■ ■ '^'-;: ,";? W * ' v K- ; 



Yip Ling Wong 
Chih Yuan (Dennis) Wu 



Chen (Johnson) Yeh 
Samir Bendriss 



John D. Biron 

Rachel Black 

Josee Bourgault 

Justin Bartholomew 

Bradford 

Gillett Bradley 



Ana Chavez 

Lin-Wei (Linda) Chen 

Alexander Cobbett 



Frederick Corey 

Katharine Cross 

Karim Daouk 




Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates 



FORM IV 







Catherine De Samte Marie 
Luc Delaney 
John Doherty III 
Oliver Drake 
Niki Elias 



Julie Ethier 
Ellen Fung 
Sarah Greer 
Alexander Hackett 
Ian Henderson 



Gregory Hill 
Po-Lin (Brian) Hong 
Tessa Jelowicki 
Jennifer Jobin 
Elizabeth Jones 



Carolyn Kane 
Krystyna Kouri 



Simon Lo 
Chhe Ly 



Sebastien MacMillan 
Charles Marleau 



Undergraduates Underaradwrtes Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates 



FORM IV 



Celine Michel 

Michael Moreland 

Yasunori Nakagawa 

Amy Nourse 

Desiree Parris 



John Partridge 

Thomas Peacock 

Alfred Pong 



Soraya Pourhakimi 
Felix Roberge 
Cynthia Ross 



Steven Shashoua 

Thomas (Tommy) Sherraft 

Kedrin Simms 

Jeffrey Alan Stewart 

Shih-Min (Sendy) Su 



Rhea Toman 
Robert Veillon 



Heather Ward 
Sheila Yu 




Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates 



FORM V 




Naheed Ahmed 
Thomas Ashcroft 



Nadia Bendriss 
David Bondurant 



Catherine Braconnier 
Ghislain Brodeur 



Jesse Brown 
Molly Can- 
Eli Chaimowicz 
Sung-Po Chou 
Marcia Collins 



Dennis Colpitts 
Adrian Cox 
Marcel David 
Charles De Sainte Marie 
Marie-Helene Dube 



Hilary Dunn 
Sarah Eddy 
Demetra Elias 
Christopher Ellis 
Camila Enrich 



Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates 



FORM V 



Melanie Ethier 

Louis-Philippe Ethier 

Charlton Jr. Farmer 

Catherine Fitzgerald 

Tony Girardin 



Jameson Har 

Tracey Harding 

Amanda Jelowicki 

Philippe Kantardjieff 

Omar Khayat 



Nathalie Roll 

Sebastien Lafaille 

Yen-Yu Lai 

Justin Lamoureux 

Shirley Law 



Charles Lecuyer 

Alison MacDonald 

Jamie Maclaren 

Corinthia Martin 

Melissa Martin 




Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates 



FORM V 




Andrew McDonald 
Scott McGillivray 
Christopher Newman 
Sophie Nunnelley 
Christopher O'Meara 



Sophie Pannell 
Aaron Patella 
Marie-Genevieve Pilon 
Jean Francois Pinero 
Philip Price 



Stephen Richardson 
Francois-Charles Sirois 
Clodagh Slowey 
Amanda Stern 
Asuka Sugiyama 



Ayako Tamai 
Mark Tame 
Patrick Varin 
Tracy Wells 
Jenifer Wong 



Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates Undergraduates 




WARDENS 

FIRST ROW: J. Pashagumskum, J. Carvalhal, J. Bourgault, F. Raff 
SECOND ROW: J. McKellar, C. MacDonald, P. Peacock, R. Quin- 
lan, K. Wells 

THIRD ROW: I. Belton, E. Lilford, G. Hackett, Y. Morant-Wade, 
C. Newman, 

ABSENT: T. Maeno (Head Warden), I. Jclowicki. 
SERVERS 

FIRST ROW: G Bedard, C. Heenan, J. Stuhlmann, 
Chavez, P. Peacock 

SECOND ROW: I. Detchon, J. Ralph, P. Price, M. 
Gillivary. 
CHOIR 

FIRST ROW: P. Chang, J. Biron, S. Eddy, G. Thomson, N. Poirier, 
M. Poirier, L. Booth, A. Hoogvliet, 

SECOND ROW: H. Lin, D. Wu, E. Wu, A . Sugiyama, M. Choi, A. 
Tamai, M. Cardenas-Torres. G. Smeets, M. Moss 
THIRD ROW: C. Lousley, K. Simms, C. Fitzgerald, L. Randall, L. 
Gray-Donald, V. Lessard, J. Johnston, S. Pourhakimi, A. MacDonald, 
C. Slowey, T. Wells, A. Stern 

FOURTH ROW: D. Slowey, A. Patella, J. Dench, A. Lai, B. Muskus, 
T. Bradford, R. Hurrle, J. Bruce, S. Nunnelley, C. Price, C. Dunk- 
ley, S. Goodwin. 



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FIRST ROW: S. Goodwin, E. Moran, M. Poirier, P. Cote, SECOND ROW: N. Scheib, K Wells A Lai M Munk 

ROUND SQUARE ONE 

FIRST ROW: K. Simms, A. Jelowicki, A. Hackett, J. Sennik, SECOND ROW: D. Nelson, N. Ellis, G. Hill, C. Vanyo THIRD ROW: V Hamelin 

E. Marosi, E. Marleau, K. Cross, FOURTH ROW: J. Partridge, D. Parris, N. Poirier. M. Ethier, FIFTH ROW: T. Bradford, S. Shashsoua m' 

Moreland, C. Marleau. 

ROUND SQUARE TWO 

FIRST ROW: C. Michel, SECOND ROW: J. Carvalhal. S. Landau, C. Braconnier, H. Dunn, THIRD ROW: A. Tamai, E, Marosi C Heenan 

A. Stein, FOURTH ROW: T. Holland, S. Goodwin, A. Jelowicki, M. Moss, FIFTH ROW G Bedard A Cox SIXTH ROW- N 

Jessop. SEVENTH ROW: H. Owen, N. Ahmed. 



Nerenberg, S. 



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The round square conference 



The Round Square Conference is an international confederation of schools sharing a number of ideals and attitudes, 
and having a common view of education as being vitally concerned with the development of the whole person. 

Since 1966 international membership has increased, presenting opportunities for exchanges, projects abroad and 
international understanding. 

It follows that, while most of the member schools are highly individualistic in terms of their origins, traditions, 
techniques and environment, they nevertheless find much common ground, particularly in their approach to concepts 
like service to the community, adventurous activities calling for initiative and responsibility, and the furthering of 
international co-operation. It is also interesting to note how well the students relate in their discussions on spiritual 
and aesthetic values. 

The Conference, which a different school hosts each year to mixed delegations of Heads, Staff, Pupils and gov- 
ernors, provides an annual forum for the exchange of experiences and views, and for the initiation and development 
of projects. 

B.C.S. will be hosting the 1992 Round Square Conference. 




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STAFF 

FIRST ROW: E. Mortimer, E. Detchon, P. Brass, G. McGurk, V. Maltby 
SECONDROW: B. Trower, R. Romanado, P. Peacock, J. Detchon, R, Ross, 
N. Brass, J. Siocombe, R. Mesnil, C. Goodwin THIRD ROW: C. Evans, 
J. LeBaron, M. Sakamoto, C. Peacock, L. Harding, B. Reed, L. St. 
Jacques, M, Forest, R. Bedard, S. Brown, D. Nelson, M. McGregor, B. 
Coleman, P. Goodwin, FOURTH ROW: R. Jackson, G. Cote, L. Evans, 
G. Sherriffs, T. Marlin, M. Gallagher, M. St. Jacques, S. Macknish, M~. 
Cameron, W. Hinz, D. Dutton, C. Coleman, D. Turner ABSENT: K. Vaneyk 



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Staff 



W/0ilMS?SMWS:ff:. 



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DVENTURE TRAINING 



Adventure Training 




FIRST ROW: C. Peacock 


C. Hee- 


nan, J. Bruce, S. Landau, 


E. Mor- 


timer, SECOND ROW: A 


Patella, 


N. Ellis, D. Dube, F. 


Raff, D. 


Turner. 






Sr. 


Boys Basketball 






FIRST ROW: M. Zaicek, P. For- 


tier 


M. Morland, A. 


Chou, 


A. 1 


Kazrowskj, A. Lai, J. 


vlaclearen, ; 


Y. 


Morant-Wade, W. 


Hinz, 


M. 


Zaicek, D. De Kee, C 


MacDon- 


aid, 


J. Mckeller, G. 


vlichel 


S. 


Pan 


, J. Yen, G. Jone; 

















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FIRST ROW:T. Harding, M. Dube, J. Bourgault, A. Jelowicki, S. Greer, M. Moss. SECOND ROW: T. Marlin, R. Black, C. Enrich, C. Ross, 
R. Romanado. THIRD ROW: M. Collins, A. Nourse, M. Martin, D. Elias. 

Sr. Girls Basketball . „ , „, „ , . ,, _ , , „. . 

FIRSTROW: J. Bray, E. Marosi, S. Goodwin, A. Hoogvliet, H. Dunn, V. Enrich, C. Braconnier, L. Booth, N. Bendnss, M. Poiner, J. Stuhmann, 
S. Vezina, T. Holland, D. Turner. 




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Bantam Girl A. Basketball 

FIRST ROW: C. Michel SECOND ROW: N. Poirier, V. Hamelin, S. Barlow, L. Marleau. THIRD ROW: N. Elias, F Hanitijo L Chaimowicz 

M. Cardenas Torres, S. Booth FOURTH ROW: L. Gray-Donald, D. Parris, D. Nelson, R. Carey. 

Bantam Girl B. Basketball 

FIRST ROW: M. Elkeslassy, K. Kouri, E. Marosi, L. Jelowicki, SECOND ROW: C. Dangoisse, J. Elkeslassy, A. Barclay C Goh THIRD ROW ■ 

C. Lu, J. Sun, T. Jelowicki, L. Fulford. FOURTH ROW: J. Detchon. 




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Cross Country Running 
FIRST ROW: S. Lo, A. Choiniere, 
M. Barsoski, J. Johnston, C. Barlow, 
SECOND ROW: R. Sugiyama, C. 
Heenan, S. Lousey, S. Chen, F. Raff, 
N. Kawata. THIRD ROW: P. Pea- 
cock, A. Kazlowski, Y. Nakagawa, 
A. Patella, G. Carvalhal, R. Jackson. 
ABSENT: K. Evans. 





YCLINC 



Cycling 

FIRST ROW: D. Fortin, M. Ethier, 

J. Strickland, C. Blais, B. Muskus. 





OOTBRLL 



■ IIIIBIIIIlllllllllllllllllillMllllil 




Senior Football 

FIRST ROW: D. DeKee, D. Slowey, E. Lilford, K. Wells, J. Pashagumskum, J. Chorny SECOND ROW: L. Ethier, A. Seccombe-Hett, D. Proulx, 
G. Brodeur, T. Mason, I. Belton. T. Ashcroft, D. Bondurant THIRD ROW: A. Lai, S. McGillivray, S. Yazbeck, C. Bradley, N. Ellis, J. McKellar, 
B. Muskus FOURTH ROW: C. Cameron, A. Chou, P. Varin, J. Har, C. Farmer, R. Quinlan, P. Price, M. Price, G. Hackett, S. Richardson, 
M. Gallagher. 




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FIRST ROW: M^Sif Y Wong B. Culmer, M. Moss, P. Chang, D. Brown, L. Evans, SECOND ROW: C. Lecuyer, A. Cox, D. Lai, C. Marleau, 
J Lecorps-Cameron H. Lin, H. Cho. THIRD ROW: I. Henderson, A. Hackett, C. Ly, R. Veillon, G. Hill, O. Khayat, B. Hong, A. MacDonald, 

'■-""-"• ' " -" ■ " r- .;,, r-„uu„., p[FTHROW: S. Lafaille, C. O'Meai 

F. Corey, C. Newman, T. Marlin, B. Lilford, A. 



FOURTHROW: A. Pong, J.Laidlaw, P. Kantardjieff, J. Biron, P. Fortier, A. Cobbett, FIFTH ROW: S. Lafaille ( nWleara. J. Yeh, J. Maclaren, 



M. David, F. Sirois, R. Parenteau, J. Doherty IU, SIXTH ROW: A. McDonald, J. Stewart 
Iannuzzi, R. Romanado. 




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OLF 



Golf 






FIRST ROW: J-F 


Pinero, F. 


Ro- 


berge, T. Girardin, SECOND 


ROW: J. Stewart 


T. Mason 


A. 


Gottdenker, S. 


Richardson, 


THIRD ROW: L. 


3vans, C. New- 


man, R. Hurrie, 


F. Corey, 


C. 


MacDonald, C. 


Goodwin, 


P. 


Goodwin. 









Gymnastics 

FIRSTROW: L. Harding, A. Cha- 
vez, M. Martin, L. Sakamoto, 
SECOND ROW: C. Su, M. Dube, 
S. Pannell, C. Kane, J. Bruce, G. 
Pilon, C. Martin, A. Lin, THIRD 
ROW: A Abdoo, D. Girardin, A. 
Stein, T. Collins, A. Gottdenker. 




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OCKEY 




fl^ftoW: J. Chorny, G. Brodeur, P. Cote, N. Sche.b, D. Slowey, G. Hackett, S. Lousley SECOND ROW: S. Wayland, C. Bradley, C. Ellis, J. Pashagumskum, 
M. Tame, M. Price, J. Cundill, S. McGillivray, D. Papas, C. Goodwin. 

FmfTROW H Cho D. Colpitis, S. Lafaille, J. Laidlaw, C. Ly, J. Lamoureux, SECOND ROW: T. Peacock, L. Delaney, J. Doherty T Ashcroft, F. Sirois, J.F. 
Pinero, F. Roberge G. Sheriffs, THIRD ROW: A. MacDonald, S. MacMillan, A. Cobbet, A. McDonald, F. Corey, I. Detchon, P. Kantardj.eff. 




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Peewee Hockey 

FIRST ROW: P. Cassar, C. Gauthier, B. Culmer, M. Su, T. Ragueneau, F. Gregoire, J. Lecorps-Cameron, SECOND ROW: M. St. Jacques, L. 

Evans, K. Daouk, D. Wu, A. Dandachi, B. Lilford, S. Bendriss, R. Parenteau, E. Wu, P. Chang. 

I.H.A. (Green) 

FIRST ROW: S. Yu, M. Chu, C. Farmer, A. Pong, M. Ethier, SECOND ROW: N. Kawata. J. Hsueh, Y. Nakagawa, C. Demers, A. Stein, D. 

Bondurant, P. Brass, THIRD ROW: K. Smith, A. Gottdenker, G. Carvalhal, R. Hurrle. 




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FIRST ROW: O. Khayat, J. Brown, B. Muskus, S. Lo, D. Lai SECOND ROW: M. Richardson, E. Fung, J. Ethier, T. Pash, M. Raslan, THIRD 
ROW: C. O'Meara, J. Har, M. David, P. Price. 

FmSTROW^Khny^ D. Brown, J. Biron, H. Lin, B. Hong, SECOND ROW: A. Sugiyama, Y. Wong, A. Rahmann, G. Smeets, R. Sugiyama, 
D. Dube, P. Brass, THIRD ROW: A, Abdoo, D. Gardiner, J. Dench, J. Stewart, L. Ethier. 




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HRTICIPfiTION 




Participation 

FIRST ROW: N. Ahmed, J. Du- 
fresne, R. Mesnil, J. Wong, T. 
Wells, J. Sennik, SECOND ROW: 
S. Pannell, J. Melling, C. Dunk- 
ley, C. Kane, A. Stern. 





IONEERINC 




Pioneering 

FIRST ROW: J. Partridge, K. Van- 

eyk, D. Lai, M. Munk, G. 

McGurk, N. Ahmed, D. Ross, 

SECOND ROW: A. Chou, O. 

Drake. 




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IDINC 




Horseback Riding 

HRSTROW: M. Mukawa, C. Ftzgerald, A. Stern SECOND ROW: A. MacDonald, J. Ralph, R. Toman, C. Coleman. 

mSTROW: A. HoogvHet, C. Palmer, C. Vanyo, S. Barlow, C. De Sainte Marie, E. Drake, C. Enrich, SECOND ROW: L. St. Jacques, K. 

Simms, B. Coleman, A. Stein, S. Jessop, K. Cross. 




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Senior Rugby 



SsrSV. Bondurant, D. Proulx. J. Pashagumskum. M. Zaicek. E. Lilford. I. Belton, D. Slowey -SECOND ROW:. P. Cote, I. QffldUt. J r Har J ChornyD. Gardiner D. Williams. 
N. Scheib, T. Collins. THIRD ROW: M. Cameron, K. Wells, C. Jr. Farmer, D. Claylon. Y. Moranl-Wade. O. Hackett, T. Maeno. M. Price, S. McG.llvray, J. Dench. C, Ellis. 

^mSTROpQ. Brodeur. S. Shashoua. C. De Saint Marie, I. Delchon. M. David. A. Kazrowski. J. Hsueh. 1. Hmdereon. SECOND ROW: S. MacMillan . C. CTMeara A. lannuzzi. F. Sirois, 
D. Colpitis. D. Papas. A. Pong, C. Marleau. THIRD ROW: T. Ashcroft, D. Dutton, L. Delaney. B. Veillon. J. Doherty. J. Maclaren. N. Kawata. M. Moreland, A. Hackett. H. Cho, E. Toman. 







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B.T.M. Rugby 
FIRST ROW: L. Evans, 
T. Ragueneau, F. Greg- 
oire, P. Cassar, D. 
Brown, SECOND 
ROW: A. MacDonald, 
M. Chu, A. Dandachi, 
G. Shanno, P. Chang, 
E. Wu, Y-L. Wong, B. 
Culmer, M. Su, S. Lin, 
C. Gauthier, THIRD 
ROW: J. Lecorps- 
Cameron, S. Pan, R. 
Parenteau, D. Wu, J. 
Laidlaw. 




KIINC 



Alpine Skiing 
FIRST ROW: S. Macnish, 
J. Johnston, A. DeVita, S. 
Eddy, T. Mason, K. 
Simms, C. Vanyo, SEC- 
OND ROW: M. Munk, A. 
Iannuzzi, E. Toman. 



V.v S-::S: 





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Cross-Country Touring 

FIRST ROW: G. Hill, C. Chen, M. Barsoski, S. Law, A. Cox, SECOND ROW: V. Sun, G. Pilon, S. Smith, A. Tamai. A. Lin, C. Palmer. THIRD 

ROW: L. Chen, P. Kanderaft, J. Partrige, D. Dutton, C. Lecuyer. 

Cross-Country Skiing 

FIRST ROW: N. Nerenberg, M. Moss. C. Fitzgerald, C. Cross, C. Lousley, I. Henderson, M. Sakamoto, C. Heenan, T. Bradford SECOND ROW: 

A. Patella, V. Maltby, R. Jackson, T. Maeno, D. Fortin, D. Girardin, F. Raff. 




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OCCER 





Senior Girls Soccer 

FIRST ROW: S. Haltiner, G. Bedard, S. Goodwin, M. Poirier, S. Vezina, E. Gourgourinis SECOND ROW: P. Seccombe-Hett, T. Holland, E. 

Marosi, C. Lousley, M. Richardson, C. Belton THIRD ROW: M. Sakamoto, V. Enrich, N. Bendress, L. Booth, J. Stuhlmann, A. Sugiyama, C. Peacock. 

Senior Boys Soccer 

FIRST ROW: G. Todd, D. Dube, M. Raslan, N, Bruneau, P. Cote, S. Wayland, G, Jones, M. Pommier, G. Michel SECOND ROW: D. Turner, 

N. Sheib, Y. Morant-Wade, J.F. Pinero, B. O'Hayon. T. Maeno, S. Desmeules, A. Devita, C. Ellis, C. MacDonald, M. Tame, J. Slocombe. 




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WS**-M§^ 




Junior Boys Soccer , 

FIRST ROW: S. Sashoua, C. De Sainte Marie, T. Bradford, I. Detchon, S. Bendriss, SECOND ROW: T. Peacock, J. Lamoureux, K. Daouk, 
O. Drake, THIRD ROW: D. Dutton, A. Dandachi, F. Roberge. 

FIRST ROW: T. Harding, M. Moss, L. Fulford, A. Jelowicki, J. Bourgault, S. Eddy, S. Jessop, SECOND ROW: M. St-Jacques, C. De Sainte 
Marie, E. Jones, A. Nourse, L. St-Jacques, M. Collins, D. Elias, C. Ross, K. Kouri, P. Goodwin. 




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Bantam Girls Soccer 
FIRST ROW: L. Jelowicki, E. Mar- 
leau, M. Elkeslassy, C. Michel, C. 
Goh. SECOND ROW: L. Gray- 
Donald, A. Marosi, S. Barlow, C. 
Vanyo, E. Drake, C. Dangoisse. 
THIRD ROW: A. Barclay, N. Neren- 
berg, T. Jelowicki, F. Hanitijo, J. Eth- 
ier, M. Choi. FOURTH ROW: J. 
Elkeslassy, K. Simms, I. Jelowicki, 
D. Nelson, N. Elias, G. Myhal, J. 
Jobin, S. Su. FIFTH ROW: Dr. Booth, 
L. Chaimowicz, D. Parris, V. Ham- 
elin, M. Cardenas Torres, N. Poirier, 
C. Slowey, K. Cross, J. Detchon. 



Bantam Boys Soccer 
FIRSTROW: T. Ragueneau, C. Gau- 
thier, P. Cassar, F. Gregoire, E. Wu, 
SECONDROW: S. Ludlow, G. Brad- 
ley, E. Toman, L. Delaney, M. Chu, 
J. Brown, THIRD ROW: T. Sherrat, 
K. Daouk, J. Partridge, S. Pan, D. 
Colpitis, S. Macknish. 





Intramural Soccer 
FIRSTROW: M. Ethier, L. Osborne, 
S. Pourhakimi, H. Owen, J. Dufresne, 
.V. Mangones-Lessard, S. Yu, SEC- 
OND ROW: D. Nelson, K. Smeets, 
T. Wells, K. McGillivray, Y. Sun, 
T. Pash, S. Law, E. Fung, K. Vaneyk 
THIRD ROW: J. Sennik, N. Ahmed, 
C. Enrich, H. Ward, H. Atkins, S. 
Nunnelley, L. Chen, A. Hoogvliet, 
G. Smeets. 



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OFTBRLL 




Softball 



FIRST ROW: L. Gray-Donald. M. Poirier, C. Lousley, S. Vezina, G. Bedard. C. Price. D. Nelson. SECOND ROW: M. Collins. C. Ross. M. Martin. H. Ward. A. Nourse, J. Carvalhal. J. 
Bourgault. THIRD ROW: E. Deletion, A. Sugiyama, K. McGillivray. S. Lousley, E. Gourgourinis, V. Lessard, G. Shernffs. 

™lrfiOH' S T ftb Welh A Jelowicki, C. Slowey, I. Jelowicki. P, Brass, T. Holland, C, Barlow, T. Jelowicki, S. Greer, SECOND ROW: G. Smeets. K. Smeets, A Chavez. C Chen, S Su, 
S Haltiner L Osborne P. Hett, E. Marosi. R. Black, I. Sennik, C. U. THIRD ROW: C. Martin. C. Su, S. Pannel. C. Bunz, A. MacDonald, H. Atkins, S. Pourhakimi. D. Ellas, J. Ethier, 
A Tamai S Nunnelley FOURTH ROW: D. DeKee. L. Chen. M. Richardson, M-H. Dube, M-J. Choi, S. Yu, E. Fung. S. Law, G. Myhal, K. Koun, A. Chou. 




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QUHSH 




™nW S ntdau, C. Braconnier, J. Carvalhal, SECOND ROW: C. Blais H. Dunn, J. Mailing, R. Black, C. Chen. THIRD ROW: J. Wong, 
A Tamai, E. Moran, C. Price, FOURTH ROW: M. Forest, B. Trower, R. Bedard. 




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WIMMINC 



Swimming 

FIRST ROW: E. Marleau, E. Marosi, 
M. Cardenas, C. Goh, L. Chaimow- 
icz, F. Hanitijo, C. Dangoisse. SEC- 
OND ROW: A. Lin, M. Barsoski, A. 
Choiniere, S. Smith, D. Parris, C. 
Fitzgerald, E. Jones, THIRD ROW: 
C-K. Dunkley, N. Bendriss, K. Smith, 
J. Stuhlmann, C. Belton, V. Enrich, 
N. Koll, FOURTH ROW: G. Carval- 
hal, A. Hett, C. Lecuyer, J. Lamou- 
reux, P. Kantardjieff, S. Lafaille, G. 
Jones. 






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ENNIS 



Tennis 

FIRST ROW: R. Bedard, E. Chiam- 
owicz, M. Pommier, D. Girardin, H. 
Dunn, M. Forest, SECOND ROW: N. 
Bruneau, S, Bendriss, G. Bradley, J. 
Melting, C. Braconnier, C. Kane, P. 
Varin, THIRD ROW: R. Quinlan, M. 
Tame, S. Chan, S. Wayland, J. 
McKellar, P. Price, G. Michel. 



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RHCK HND FIELD 



Track and Field 

FIRST ROW: T. Harding, J. Wong. 
M. Moss, J. Johnston, M. Moss, S. 
Eddy, J. Elkeslassy, A. Barclay, V, 
Hamerin, S. Yazbeck, SECOND 
ROW: B. Trower, P. Sun, J. Biron, 
J. Yeh, L. Fulford, M. Elkeslassy, 
O. Khayat, R. Sugiyama, K. Daouk, 
K. Khayat, V. Maltby THIRD ROW: 
A. Stein, G. Todd, Y. Nakagawa, J. 
Stafford, A. Abdoo, M. Raslan, B. 
Hong, P. Fortier, S. Lo, A. Cox, 
FOURTH ROW: A. Cobbett, L. Eth- 
ier, L. Booth, C. Evans, P. Peacock, 
T. Marlin, N. Nerenberg, L. Jelow- 
icki, L. Randall, Y-C. Sun, C. Mack- 
enzie. 





OLLEYBRLL 



Volleyball 

FIRST ROW: G. Todd, N. Brass, E. 
Mortimer, SECOND ROW: A. 
Shultes, C. Belton, A. MacDonald, 
C. Slowey, K. McGillivray, J. Car- 
valhal, I. Jelowicki, V. Lessard, E. 
Gourgourinis, C. Blais, K. Smeets, 
H. Atkins, S. Nunnelley. 




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FALL 1990/91 
ATHLETIC STATS 



SENIOR FOOTBALL GP 12 WON 6 LOST 4 TIED 2 
Team Awards: 

ETIAC League Championship 

Playoff Champions 

The Headmaster Principal's Cup (annual competition vs 

AGRHS) 

The Senator Howard Trophy (annual competition vs 

S.C.) 

Individual Awards: 

The Cleghorn Cup (most valuable player as chosen by 
team captain) - Ewan Lilford 
The Rookje Award (as chosen by coaches) - 
Thomas Ashcroft & Scott McGillivray 

JUNIOR FOOTBALL GP 1 1 WON 6 LOST 4 TIED I 
Individual Awards: 

Trophy of Most Improved Player - Shin-Han Lin 

SR BOYS' SOCCER GP 22 WON 16 LOST 6 

Team Awards: 

Consolation Winners BCS Tourn 
ETIAC League Champions 
ETIAC Playoff Champions 

Individual Awards: 

The Stearns Cup (test combined sportsmanship with 
ability) - Phi! Cote & Yusef Morant-Wage 

JR BOYS' SOCCER GP 16 WON 5 LOST 10 TIED 1 

BTM BOYS' SOCCER GP 14 WON 3 LOST 9 TIED 2 

SR GIRLS' SOCCER GP 17 WON 2 LOST 1 1 TIED 4 

Individual Awards 

The Stuart Bateman Trophy (for greatest contribution to 
team) - Michelynn Poirier 

JR GIRLS' SOCCER GP 13 WON 7 LOST 4 TIED 2 

Team Awards: 

ETIAC Playoff Champions 



BTM GIRLS' SOCCER 



GYMNASTICS 
Team Awards: 

Girls All Around ■ 



Boys' All Around ■ 



GP 14 WON 9 LOST 5 
GP 10 WON LOST 10 



gold - Corinthia Martin 
silver - Marie-Helene Dube" 
bronze -Melissa Martin 
gold - Dave Dirardin 
silver - Trevor Collins 
bronze - Adam Stein 



Individual Awards: 

Capt C.S. Martin Memorial Cup (greatest improvement) 
- Ann Lin & Adam Gottdenker 

CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING 

Participated in 8 meets - 
Runners took 1st place in two meets 
2nd place in three meets 
3rd place in four meets 

Team Awards: 

Sports Etudiants Cantons de L'Est Sr Girls Winners 

Individual Awards: 

The Cross Country Trophy (overall contribution) - Jenifer John- 
ston 



WINTER 1990/91 
ATHLETIC STATS 



The Goodmond Timing Association - organizers Eric Detchon 
and Scott Lousley - officiated at over 100 basketball games and 
37 hockey games. The association gave up almost 600 manhours 
in assisting the athletic programme. 

Intramural Hockey - 

Individual Awards: 

Robin Hurrie - 1st Liner of the Year 

Naoya Kawata - 2nd Liner of the Year 

Yasunori Nakagawa - 3rd Liner of the Year 

Patrick Varin - The Commissioner's Award (M.V.P.) 

Charlton Farmer - Coaler of the Year 

Peewee Hockey: GP 16 WON 1 LOST 14 TIED 1 

Bantam Hockey: GP 29 WON 7 LOST 22 

Senior Hockey GP 33 WON 6 LOST 22 TIED 5 
Team Awards: 
ETIAC Playoffs 

Individual Awards: 

Monty Price & Scott McGillivrary - Most Improved 

Players 

Scott Lousley - The Gerald Wiggett Trophy (player who 

best combined sportsmanship and ability) 

Bantam Girls 'A' Basketball: GP 19 WON 15 LOST 4 
Team Awards: 

ETIAC Playoff Champions 

Montreal Independent Schools' Tourn Winners 
BCS Invitational Tourn Winners 

Individual Awards: 

BCS Invitational Tourn All Stars - Niki Elias & Celine 

Michel 

BCS Invitational Tourn MVP - Dina Nelson 

Bantam Girls 'B' Basketball: GP 16 WON 2 LOST 14 

Junior Girls' Basketball: GP 19 WON 8 LOST 1 1 

Team Awards: 

BCS Invitational Tourn Consolational Finalists 
ETIAC Finalists 

Individual Awards: 

BCS Invitational Tourn All Star Team - Mane-Helene 
Dutxf 

Senior Girls' Basketball: GP 21 WON 8 LOST 13 

Team Awards: 

Mtl Independent Schools Tourn semi finalists 
BCS Invitational Tourn 3rd place finish 

Individual Awards: 

BCS Tourn All Star Team - Michelynn Poirier 
The Keyzer Shield - (combined sportsmanship and abil- 
ity) - Michelynn Poirier & Valeria Enrich 
The Most Improved Player - Erika Marosi 

Boys Basketball: GP 35 WON 18 LOST 17 

Team Awards 

BCS Invitational Tourn Runners Up 

ETIAC Playoff finalists 

Anderson Small Schools' Tourn Finalists 

ndividual Awards: 

The BCS Invitational Tourn All Star Team -Danny De- 

Kee 

The Sianslead Tourn All Star Team - Danny DeKee 

The Selwyn House School Tourn All Star Team - Yusef 

Morant-Wade 

Most Improved Player Trophy - Chris MacDonald 

Most Valuable Player Trophy - Yusef Morant-Wade 

Volleyball: GP 16 WON LOST 16 

"ndividual Awards: 

Volleyball Medal (combined sportsmanship and ability) - Krist- 
ine McGillivray 




Alpine Skiing: 

Team Awards: 

Sport Scolaire L'Estrie Regional Championship Winners 

Individual Awards: 

The Whittall Cup Jr (proficiency on skis) -Courtney Va- 

nyo 

The Whittall Cup Sr - Tim Mason 

Squash: 

Team Awards: 

Competed in three tournaments winning all three. 

In other tournaments, 12 individual awards were won. Erin 
Moran, Catherine De Sainte Marie and Charles De Sainte Marie 
were selected on the Quebec Team and represented the province 
at the Canada Games. 

School Squash Championships - 

Jr Girls Winner - Catherine De Sainte Marie 

Runner Up - Tracey Harding 

Jr Boys Winner - Tony Girardin 
Runner Up - Steven Shashoua 

Sr Boys Winner - Charles De Sainte Marie 
Runner Up - Marty Pommier 

Competitive Cross Country Skiing: 

Team Awards: 

ETIAC - Senior Boys Championship 

- Btm Girls Championship 

The Anglin Trophy - Independent Schools - 
Sr Boys Championship 

The Sedbergh Invitational Trophy - 
Jr Division Winners 

The Porteous Cup Jr (most valuable junior skier) - 

Tolly Bradford & Katherine Fitzgerald 

The Porteous Cup Sr - Dave Girardin 

The Jonathan Paul Trophy (most improved skier) - 
Matthieu Moss 



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SPRING SPORTS PROGRAM 
1990/91 

ATHLETIC AWARDS 

BANTAM RUGBY: GP 6 W: 2 L: 4 

JUNIOR RUGBY: GP 10 W: 4 L: 6 

SENIOR RUGBY: GP: 11 W: 9 L : 2 

Team Awards: GMAA 7's - Tournament Winners 

Individual Awards: 

The MacLeod Quaich Trophy - For the most improved 
novice - Presented to: Scott McGillivray 
The Rob Millyard Trophy - Presented by the coach to 
the player who best combined ability, sportsmanship, 
and teamwork - Presented to: Michael Zaicek 

SOFTBALL: GP: 8 W: 3 L. 5 

Team Awards: E T LAC. Playoff Champions 

Individual Awards: 

The Softball Medal - Awarded by the coach to the 
player who best combined ability, sportsmanship, and 
teamwork - Presented to: Knstine McGillivrary 

The M.I. P. Medal - Awarded to Lucy Gray-Donald 

TRACK & FIELD: 

Individual Awards: 

The James Parker Trophy - Presented by the coach to 
the team member showing the greatest improvement in 
Track & Field - Presented to: Malthieu Moss 
Senior Girls High Aggregate Stanstead College Track 
Meet - Mikala Moss 



Individual Awards: 

M.I. P. Award: Robin Hurrle 

BCS Tourn Low Medalist: Chris MacDonald 

SWIMMING: 

Team Awards: 

Jr Girls' Invitational vs College St Cesaire - Winners 
Sr Girls' Invitational vs College St Cesaire - Winners 
Sr Boys' Invitational vs College St Cesaire - Winners 



'immer - Presented 



Individual Awards 

The Perrier Cup - For the most improved i 

to: Carrie Belton 

THE PETRO CANADA TROPHY 

Awarded to the senior student who, through love of athletics, 
has shown enthusiasm, team spirit, effort and encouragement to 
other team members and the school. This year the Petro Canada 
Trophy is awarded to Yusef Morant Wade. 

ALL ROUND ATHLETIC AWARDS 

The Rankin Trophy - Boys Track &. Field Championship: John 

Dench 

The Morton Shield - Girls Track & Field Championship: Mikala 

Moss 

BCS. Bantam Girls House Track Pennant: Glass 
B.C.S. Junior Girls House Track Pennant: Glass 
B.C.S. Senior Girls House Track Pennant: Glass 
B.C.S. Junior Boys House Track Pennant: Grier South 
B.C.S. Senior Boys House Track Pennant: Smith 

There was a point where we could just look at each other and 
everybody knew we weren't going to lose. There wasn't a chance. 

Mean Joe Greene 
(Pittsburg Steelers #75) 

. . . and boys we drink Champagne! 




GOLF: 

Participated in 5 Toums - 



1st in one 

2nd in three 
3rd in one 



The Marc Bruneau Award: Awarded to the winner of the Senior 
Boys' BCS School Tournament: Chris MacDonald 
Runner Up: Tim Mason 






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My Exchange to 
Salem 

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left B.C. 8 for two months of 
new experiences and learning 
at Schule Schloss Salem in the 
south of Germany. Departing 
from Montreal in April ,1 
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state of nervousness and 
anxiety about the foreign 
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FRIDAY (Ribbon Day) 

3:25 Opening Ceremony 

3:30 Great Race 

4:30 Bish Capades 

5:30 Supper 

700 Spectacular Event on Intramural Field 

7:45 Sleigh ride 

8:00 Sliding and* Marshmallows - Gillard Hill 

SATURDAY (Games Day) 
8:00 Pyjama Breakfast 
9:00 Sports 
12:00 Lunch 
1:00 Sports 
5:30 Supper 
8:00 Carnival Ball (Old Gym) 

SUNDAY (Rink n Gym Day) 

10:30 Brunch 

12:00 Sports 

5:15 Banquet (First Sitting) 

6:15 Banquet (Second Sitting) 

8:00 Skit Night (Gym) 

900 Rink and Gym open for skating and sockhop/shootmg baskets 

etc 

MONDAY (Ski Day) 

7:00 Breakfast 

8:00 Busses leave for Owls Head 

4:00 Busses leave for BCS 

5:30 Supper 

7:30 Movies in houses 




CARNIVAL '9 




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INSPECTION 









OFFICERS (LEFT) 
FIRST ROW: D. Turner, E. Moran, R. Ross, S. 
Goodwin, M-D. Munk 

SECOND ROW: S. Lousley, P. Cote, M. Moss, J. 
Stuhlmann, E. Lilford, R. Raff. 

N.C.O.'s (RIGHT) 
FIRSTROW: K. Simms, T. Jelowicki, C. Fitzgerald, 
G. Bedard, G. Smeets, K. Smeets 
SECOND ROW: P. Seccombe-Hett, L. Booth, S. 
McGillivray, C. Ellis, D. Slowey, A. Gottdenker, 
J. Ralph, M. Price 

THIRD ROW: D. Girardin, G. Jones, P. Fortin, S. 
Wayland, C. O'Meara, M. Zaicek, 
FOURTH ROW: A. Patella, G. Hackett, N. Ellias, 
K. Smith, R. Hurrle, D. Dee-Kee 
FIFTH ROW: C. Farmer, N. Bendriss, J. Bruce, P. 
Williams, M. Tame, M. Poirier 



Dedication of H. WeirDavia 
Memorial Gymnasium 



Gueat of Honour, the Headmaater, and Chairman of the Board 
piped toaeati 



No, S Cadet Corpa Annual Inapwctkm 



■0 Canada' - B.C.S. Band 



Biesaing - The Rl Bar. Timothy J. Motthowi 
Chaplain Emeritus, B.C.S. 



Phyaieal Education Activities - B.C.S. atudnnta 



Remark* - Stuart it Cobbetl 

CbaiyMaa of the B.C.S. Capital Campaign 



Unveiling - Hon. Hartland de M. Moiaon 
GueatofHi 



Addreaa - Hon. Hartland de M. Moiaon 
Cloaing remark* - Robert M. Roas 
PUti'onii Party piped out 






BAND 

FIRST ROW: S. Lin, A. Lin, T. Girardin 

SECOND ROW: V. Hamelin, C. Heenan, T. Holland, M. 

Richardson, D. Nelson, J. Johnston, E. Marosi, I. Detchon, 

C. De Sainte Marie, J. Lamoureux, L. Booth, C. Vanyo 
THIRD ROW: M. Poirier, J. Dench, E. Drake, C. Barlow, 
A. Choiniere, G. Michel, P. Seccombe-Hett, A. Sugiyama, 
T. Wells. A. Jelowicki 

FOURTH ROW: G. Cote, E. Wu, S. Greer, E. Marleau, 
S. Pannell, T. Mason, P. Kantardjieff, P. Chang, C. Lousley. 
FIFTH ROW: S. Vezina, S. Lousley, C. DeMers, N. Bru- 
neau, J. Stafford 
SIXTH ROW: P. Fortier, J. Lecorps-Cameron, C. Bradley, 

D. Girardin, G. Jones, E. Chaimowicz 

SEVENTH ROW: D. Wu, M. Su, A. Cobbett, P. Cote, G. 
Bradley, A. Marosi, N, Poirier 





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TREVOR COLLINS 

I think it would be wise to always carry 
a raincoat in case of severe flooding. 
Sweet, you cannot deny that you are 
a peverse pig, (house) or that you are 
rotting inside. A family packofGas-X 
is definitely in order. Don't ever think 
that I only love you for your piano- 
playing technique, although it was a 
great crease. Please believe me when 
I say I'm waiting for turquoise water, 
white sand, a beautiful boat and six 
years to pass by quickly. Get into a 
good university though, because that 
boat is going to cost you. I have no 
doubts. I love you. (How much? An 
infinite amount) 

Laura. 




IAN BELTON 

Yo Peeper; got anymore quarters 
for the booth? Dig deep now, not 
to deep, save $5 for your private 
dancer, but next time don't desert 
us! Ian, phone! Oh surprise its 
Kristin. On your boogie box lad, 
show us your steps. See ya in To- 
ronto where you get value for your 
$5! We wish you the best guard- 
ing from your ' 'Tower of Love" 
this summer, but be sure to leave 
some fish in the sea for us! 

The Aussie, The Scot, 
CM. & T.C. 




PHIL COTE 

I REMEMBER 
My existence here at B.C.S. has ended. 

Many a parry will be remembered, 

Pub night will never be forgotten. 

The soccer and rugby trophies were icing on the 

cake. 

I had U all here at B.C.S. 

There was nothing more I could have wanted out 

of it. 

Credit is due to the staff and certain people who 

made my life more exciting here. 

They were the ones who made feel like 1 was 

somebody, like I was good for something. 

"Mister, if you drive through here 

I will not be impressed by the car you steer. 

Mister, if you come back now with your 

lovers' roses and your city know-how. 

"Cause right now my head's blowin' with 

Bitter words and broken poems " 

Written by a friend of mine, summer of '89. Think 

about it. 

Love always, Phil Cole 
P.S. I thank you. Josee 




DAN DEKEE 

Dan Dekee The Man, Ya right! 
He wishes. However, on a basket- 
ball court, he could do as much 
as Jordan can . . . only if J.B. is 
there to support him. The best 
known quarterback in history, #7 
fromB.C.S. Dan "The Key" The 
Man but only if . . . whatever. 
Also, don't play tennis too often 
with your left hand if you want 
to stay at B.C.S. 
Best wishes to you in the future 
from your friends at Bishop's, 
HiIHa! 

Donuts 




STEVE DESMEULES 

When La Rock came to B.C.S. 
in La Pony without La Transmis- 
sion, he got well known as La 
Capt'n Quebec. Many stories 
about Les girlfriends but we never 
see them, La Liar! In La rugby 
trip to La U.K., he met La god- 
dess, Debbie, and she bought him 
La Bitter and he gave her La 
present in exchange. And La 
present was La Donut. 

Liquid Maeno 
"L"ed "R"ion owner. 
La Lai, "La Heart Breaker" 




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MICHELLE EVANGELISTA 

Spending the weekend here? Have you 
taken any trips to the woods with Mr. 
S. lately? Or are you too busy trying 
to track Marco down on his cellular 
phone? Remember: Cookie. Carrot 
cake at "Cap Vert." "Stress" com- 
puters. Dream of Rhonobwy. Did Ar- 
thur really exist!? Boring sociology 
with Romo. Cappuccino at "Chrysan- 
theme." The pumpkin at "Red Lob- 
ster." Madhouse. Certain fortunes. 
Decisions, Decisions . . . 
Surviving at B.C.S.: Stay up a little 
later and work a little harder. One day 
K.S.,G.S.&K.M. will go to Hippop- 
otamus. Good luck guys and let's keep 
in touch. 



SALLY GOODWIN 

I want to hold your hand! ! Spring 
and May break 1990. Three man, 
Kididdle, the great escape in Mtl. 
Thanks for the car rides. Sal, don't 
you ever change for anybody. I 
never forget best friends, you bet- 
ter not!! - Mich. There were times 
when we were unsure what to do. 
Was this because of our morals, 
or our desires! Who knows, I sup- 
pose what ever happened just hap- 
pened. But, with these few words 
I would just like you to know that 
you will always have a special 
place within my heart!!! - Yusef. 



JOSEE DUFRESNE 

No way Hosee, I mean Josee! How are 
LES WEEK-ENDS? Get burned much 
by Romo? (ie "Good morning ladies 
and gentlemen, you too Josee . . .") 
Eat any peanuts lately or are you wait- 
ing till you die? Eating seconds in pizza 
and surviving. Hiking from Williams 
everyday with her trusty asthma pump. 
Riding up in the gondola for mountain 
day. No cross country run in Nov. 
Walking the laps during crease . 
feeling lazy? Nah! How can you stay 
so slim? We love you, ya nerd! We 
miss you already! 

K.M., T.P. 



VALERIA ENRICH 

Mama mia, pero que catzo volo. Ba- 
leria, the ***pausic, nymphomaniac al- 
ways going to extremes to get people's 
attention. Her French is "fantastique" 
and her love for frogs is intimate. 
"L'amour!" It's great, NO? 
(V.E. +M.L.) She's a great basketball 
player but a little on the rough side. 
(Presented with the Basket of the Year 
Award for 1991). 

She's serious enough to be a bouncer, 
but funny enough to make anyone 
laugh. 

We love you, 
PICHONAS 




■■::5»:-"5:'777 




ADAM GOTTDENKER 

Dinker, 

One day you will grow up to be 
an aspiring IHA hockey player and 
don't worry your life does not re- 
flect your inability to score on an 
open net. Three years at B.C.S. 
from football to gymnastics, 
Adam's tried it all. 
Never forget all the wonderful ad- 
vice we've given you. We'll miss 
you. 

Greg and Laura 




SARA HALTINER 

Good luck and best wishes in the 
future from all your friends at 
B.C.S. 





ASTRID HOOGVLIET 

Met ca la face de pete. Grosse 
p***e. Determined to see a Can- 
adian Moose and to rip-off Glass 
House for her personal benefits. 
(Capitalist Pig). She "came" in 
physics class unwillingly and 
learnt about "NEWTONS". 
(Very crude). Her attraction to 
Gino's is doubtful, (probably be- 
cause of their car). 
Always look on the bright side of 

life, 

PICHONSITAS 

P.S. Greetings from Center Stairs! 




ROBIN HURRLE 

This is going to be my third year 
here at B.C.S, and in those three 
years a lot of good and bad things 
has happened to me. But two things 
seem to stand out more than the 
others. One is the players' club 
which let me do the thing I love 
the most, carpentry, and I thank Mr. 
Evans. 

The other thing came to me just 
this year in the form of a new stu- 
dent from Barbados. She's prob- 
ably the best thing that could ever 
have happen to me, and without her 
I don't know were I would be to- 
day. Thanks for everything Vanessa. 




ANDY LAI 

Moose Lai 

Mr. HEART BREAKER!! Do you ever 
make mistakes'.' Did you get another 
100% on your test? You are always per- 
fect and you know everything. You are 
also kind enough to help others. Of 
course, I know you work very hard to 
get perfect score. You're very nice per- 
son, Moose. But don't forget, DON'T 
EVER, EVER BREAK A GIRL'S 
HEART!!, if you want to know my 
"marriage" slory happened last year, 
1989. 

Best of Luck!! 
Dr. Liquid Maeno B. Sc. 




EWAN LILFORD 

"I'm running out of time I'm out of step 
and closing down and never sleep for 
wanting hours the empty hours of greed 
and uselessly always the need to feel a- 
gain the real belief of something more 
than mockery if only I could fill my 
heart with love". THE CURE 
"... this position I've held it pays my 
way, but it corrodes my soul, I want to 
leave, you will not miss me . . ." 

THE SMITHS 
This last quote is dedicated to those who 
cared. 

"I've been looking so long at these pic- 
tures of you that I almost believe that 
they're real I've been looking so long 
with my pictures of you that I almost be- 
lieve that the pictures are all I can feel". 
Robert Smith 



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SCOTT LOUSLEY 

Woke up this morning 

hopped in my old Ford 

Hit the engine but she ain't 

turnin' 

We've given each other some 

hard lessons lately 




CHRIS MACDONALD 

The Oreo brothers. Here comes 
the 31st, start flingin' or we'll start 
poundin'! "DO ME BOYS" take 
the airband, admit it, you make 
a sexier babe than me. Sudden bas- 
ketball hero after the recent chaos 
of S.H. Wise choice. T.O. airport, 
remember your hunting rules! Mr. 
Annoyibng, sprockets, "it's time 
to donee!" Romo is God. 1:00 
am, "Turn off my light, turn up 
the heat , and get the F@*# out 
of my room!!" We wish you the 
best in the P.G.A. 






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TETSUYA MAENO 

Hello, Mr. Manager. How's life 
after the "marriage" story? Still 
goes to the "L"ed "R"ion? (I 
wonder where that is?! ) I thought 
You had an "op . . . tion" on your 
"sh . . . lder"? No problems 
there?! Next time remember to do 
the anaerobic respiration and don't 
get in trouble! 
Best Wishes, 

Moose L. 




TIM MASON 

Tim's life atB.C.S.: S.G.,M.R., 

and the other ones. Miami won't 
win the S. Bowl! Farewell my 
gullable friend - Tyse. The end 
of the world is near so don't fall 
asleep because Phil and Roddy will 
be near. I love you Tim! Tim 
driven crazy by the "B.C.S. 
squaws" (well mainly one) Beat 
the hell outa HIM for saying that 
next time! - Dave. You've been 
a great friend Tim. Invite Quinlan 
to the family conference. - Tets. 



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KRISTINE MCGILLIVRAY 

Bonk! Where's your broom and witch 
shoes? Lambada down the annex stairs. 
Heh, did Bjorn see you? Good night 
Kris here's a chair. Her love and lust 
for Nicks (even as second names) 
Stressed? NEVER! Snow storm, my 
shift if over. Fondue Festival, Pump- 
kin at Red Lobster. Get up Kris! Run! 
(Spoc) Rip your jeans much Kris TP 
Feeble attempt to flip Helen the night 
of the "earthquake". Year's supply of 
confiscated laundry. Flirting with Steve 
in Math class. WATER ADDICTION! 
"No cracking bone or curling toes in 
my presence thank you, The Handi- 
capped." Week-end in Montreal, Nuns 
Island with KS, GS & ME. 



GAETON MICHEL 

Good luck and best wishes in the 
future from all your friends at 
B.C.S.!! 




ERIN MORAN 

Our dearest Twrch Twyrth. Hi! How 
are you? Where are you now? Erin the 
skiier. I've always wanted to try this! 
A damn savage. He had potential. The 
dog's portrait. Thanks for nothing, 
Imp! Cradle robber, you baby thief, 
you. Welcome to the Golden Phes 
. . . Take that back about pidadells. 
Afewfewfew! A true disciple of Hell 
you are! Frustrated much? Gee, you've 
lost weight! Do you want or do you 
not want? Endless summer nights. 
Ouch outside Peel. Praise spaghetti and 
gas masks. Chocolate, the substitute. 
P. M.S. the #1 excuse. You will never 
quit! Love, US! 




YUSEF MORANT-WADE 

Hi Dad, yes I've cleaned my teeth 
and even polished my shoes as 
well, and if you're interested I've 
arranged the toothbrushes in alpha- 
betical order. That body beautiful 
won't be scarred by a brew or two. 
When are you going to grow that 
box, you cucumber! You're more 
likely to catch something from 
your shaving cream than a peep 
show. O.K. sport-star, its' off to 
the gym for you, to work off that 
. . .! Lizard! 

Oz, Scot & Peeper. 




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MARC-DAVID MUNK 

It seems that it was yesterday when I 
looked up at the graduating class of 
85-86, and commented about how it 
seemed like five-hundred years would 
have to pass before I finally left high 
school. Strangely enough, the time has 
passed like a blur and here I am. 
Thanks are due to everyone at home 
(especially Nanna and Poppa), as well 
as those at school who take the time 
to make B.C.S. more than a job. 
Names such as Mr. and Mrs. Evans, 
Mr. J., Rev. Peacock and Mr. Mor- 
timer stick-out, but there are others, 
they know who they are. As well, my 
good friends (especially Robin) deserve 
a big how-how for surviving my var- 
ious eccentricities. 
Adios B.C.S. I'll send a post-card. 




HELEN OWEN 

Dear our sweet, short, imported Eng- 
lish peasant. 

So how did you sleep the night of the 
earthquake? Or did someone flip you? 
Stressed?! Worried?! Not our Pez! 
Why should she be with two classes 
a day? Sure you worked back in Eng- 
land! ! ! We believe you! (snort, cough. 
Ha!) I take it you don't like our caf- 
eteria food, since you supported Vil- 
lage Grek all by yourself. If you say 
you're sorry one more time I'm going 
to scream. We are glad you came and 
are going to miss you. 

K.M., T.P. 






TANYA PASH 

Do you always start off the year the 
same way? Annex fire drill, didn't 
know you could fly! Where's our laun- 
dry? Feel like trying to flip Helen 
again? So Tanya, are you going out 
with your cousins? So much for the 
"No Disturb" sign. However the 
"Beware of Dog" sign was appropri- 
ate. Caught the Water Addiction? 
Eat any Lipton Pea soup lately? I know 
you want to. So, I hear we're a big 
hockey player now. Learned how to 
stop yet? Don't worry there's always 
the boards. I'll always remember LES 
WEEKENDS. Have a great time at 
community college! (joke) 

J.D., KM. 




MICHELYNN POIRIER 

Three men and a babe. Oops! 
We're all going to Dallas, or to 
BU for that matter. We know you 
' 'arrived" , but where did you go? 
The peanut butter and jam van. 
L'Esprit, I have at Peel Pub. Have 
what?? Michelynn, where are 
you? The midnight alarm. - The 
Annex. Chlynnie! Car ride? Ham- 
mer fest and the summer of 1990. 
- Sal. Endless love, Chuck & Gert, 
the Pier, #34, almost a year 
... I will always care a lot about 
you. Love, Dave W. 




JULIA RALPH 

February break with hairy bum. 
Hands up for Vincent! Do you 
wanna dance? Julia and the french 
connection. Hey, Barbara the 
spoon and Tom the fork got back 
together! Julia, where are you? 
Did you ever find your ring in the 
ocean? B.V.I's and Against all 
odds, ohh Blue. Biff what was that 
noise? Wrong Duncan! The mid- 
night alarm. Michelynn, there 
were spaghetti strings over my 
bed! Sara, how many days now? 

Love, 
the Annex 




ALEXANDER 
SECCOMBE-HETT 

The older and not much wiser half 
of the Piper Posses is leaving us 
with a good trail of disasters in 
his path (Chapman Path that is.) 
I wonder why they suspected you 
of anything? Was it the attitude 
. . . What's wrong with his atti- 
tude anyway? Well, the drug test- 
ing didn't seem to hurt the deadly 
duo (ft came out negative, honest!) 
The Piper Posse may be separated 
for a while; But SFU is the next 
target. 

THE PIPER POSSE 




NICHOLAS SCHEIB 

For all of the experiences I have had 

here, I would like to thank my parents. 

You have made this all possible and 

I am deeply grateful. To my friends 

along the way, thanks for the great trip. 

You say the hill's too steep to climb 

I'd like to try 

You pick the place and I'll choose 

the time 

And I'll climb the hill in my own 

way. 

- Pink Floyd 

There are many paths in life, but 
there is only one true way. 
And that is the path with heart. 

- Don Juan 




DARAGH SLOWEY 

... If I was only dreaming, thank 
you to everyone who entered my 
life for not pinching me. 




KIRA SMEETS 

Better known as if if. Que fatchio 
ditchio? Your turn to do the laun- 
dry. STREES the printer ate my 
paper. Remember: Singing sere- 
nade with 7 guys on Peel. Cream 
cheese and bagels. Being a cookie. 
Three Men and a Little Lady. Ian 
B. do you love me? Gillard fire 
alarm - What did you do? Gillard 
Ariel. Mr. lip lover/ corner. Dates 
to BU. Running laps barefoot. 
Yay, let's trash the place. K.M, 
M.E & G.S see you at the opera 
house in Paris. 




GUIOMAR SMEETS 

Embarrass yourself you'll never 
see them again. Let's take a taxi. 
Economically seen . . . What's the 
yellow sheet on your wind shield? 
(parking ticket) I'm looking for 
a good looking intelligent, well 
mannered . . . sorry you don't 
meet the criteria. Studious friends. 
Picking up guys at BU. Remem- 
ber law class and trying to prove 
certain people wrong. Weekends 
in Montreal. One day K.S, K.M 
& M.E we'll take that spur of the 
moment trip to . . . 




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KRISTIN SMITH 

Hi, How are you? Where are you now? 
Tyrannasarus Rex! February break 1990. 
Y-J. Y for why? J. for Jeremy. The blue 
granny car. Attack of the "scamming 
night prowlers!" Fun in the mud for all! 
Nice tux Jer. Being cruized on the booze 
cruise. Praise Spaghetti! I HATE MA- 
RINES!! Bid Hands, Big . . . rnrnm. 
Guru this F . . . The strange floating 
birthday bird. Black and Blue in the Gol- 
den Phes. I was awake, were you? Butt 
thieves! Frustrated much? 1 am, and will 
always be a true deciple of HELM The 
midnight fire alarm. The morning after. 
They'll never know what's in the box. 
Chicken skin and diaper rash, only cured 
by water, the eternal force. 

Love US! 




JENNIFER STUHLMANN 

Good luck and best wishes in the 
future from all your friends at 
B.C.S.t! 






GREG TODD 

Bermudian goes from Mr. Flirt to 
head of the monastery in one term, 
we warned you, the Gillard girls' 11 
get you! From you know who, to 
you know what, to the Grinch 
(oops). Proud member of the "Do 
me boys." Se-beachy-o, watch the 
striker! Hear the words of thy mas- 
ter and hear them well, for he has 
been sent to aid us in our rising. 
Go forth my friend, and show 
pride beneath thy hood, for Yusef 
is God! 

peeper & Y.M.W. 




KYLER WELLS 

"1 do my thing and you do Your thing. 

I am not in this world to live up to Your 

expectations 

and You are not in this world to live up 

to mine. 

You are You, and 1 am I, 

and if by chance we find each other, 

it's beautiful. 

If not, it can't be helped." 

Gestalt prayer 

". . . hopelessly fighting the devil futility 
feeling the monster climb deeper inside of 
me 

feeling him gnawing my heart away hun- 
grily 

I'll never lose this pain 
never dream of you again." 

Robert Smith 



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HEATHER ATKINS 

Well hopefully we made it by 
now!!! No more awsome evenings 
spent on centre stairs (what a life) 
Henry called, no that isn't a door 
thats the wall. Oh ya, well flip this, 
on second thought . . . Don't 
worry round is a shape! Kick the 
buck-buck-bucket ... No more 
hopping out of closets! eeek. 
Heather he's a boy!! No, the net 
is that way! Hey THUNDER- 
THIGHS *** Well hippo, this 
year's been, well this year's def- 
initely been something to remem- 
ber! Love E.G C.B 




GENEVIEVE BEDARD 

Gen experienced Buy. MMMONTY. 
Cole, Simon + Marty. It's okay 
though, she's trench + didn't know 
what she was doing. 12:00 w/c meet- 
ings + remember carnival? What car- 
nival? (8x) Regurgitated fudge: mmm, 
scraps? Rising Sun: A black guy just 

tried to r me! No, gen, don't cut 

bangs! The search for bathroom P-hair. 
Dr. Odland, I live in BROMONT, not 

granby. I've got d in my pockets 

. . . BUD. Jacuzzi? 3 wheelers + L.J. 
Papineau. Breaking logs + do you 
really have hamburgers around your 
pool? Vive L'amour seche et mouiller!! 
love the B.P. 



CARRIE BELTON 



Hey Carrie, 

How can I start? This year has 
been an amazing and hilarious 
one. Who else but you would use 
toilette paper to protect a scale? 
And who can forget the goofie bel- 
ton laugh? (HA) Cheers to a future 
Tyson (has Valeria gotten you 
yet?)! Wimp! Don't be a bad 
daddy!!! Does a body good, pass 
it on!! (HA) This one is your burn. 
Learned how to shave yet? To my 
chem. buddy, from two enormous 
friends! Luv Ya! E.G. H.A. 




ADRIAN ABDOO 

From the deepest, darkest jungle 
of the library, there he sat, with 
a protuding lower lip. He pulls out 
a piece of paper and begins to hunt 
down the T.O.D. . He hasn't left 
campus in weeks, and spends his 
time in the rink, sweeping, shovel- 
ing, and cleaning the locker room. 
ABDOO, coming to a CEGEP 
near you. (We hope). 

Good luck and remember "Imag- 
ination is more important than 
knowledge." 

Einstein 
Hack. Coke Nuggets and F.B.I. 



CHRISTINA BARLOW 

CHEERS (barf much?) to our pretty 
woman! We've had our share of heart- 
wrenching romances: Dave (he's good 
looking, don't you think he's good 
looking?) + Adam (see each other 
much? Is he going out with you or 
L.B.?) Scratch the oboe player - he 

must be h . Black point canoe trips: 

please learn how to paddle!! (nice dog- 
dead much?) 
OBVIOUSF**TSINHISTORY. Your 
infamous red glasses + pink bunny 
suit, eh GERT? What about those 
SKINTIGHT jeans? Laura's 16th-lets 
go dancing! SHUT UP CHRISTY! 
(oh, I'm SO em- 
barassed . .) love the B.P. 



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CAROLINE BLAIS 

Who's this girl? You have prob- 
ably met her in hallway with her 
big smile and her long brown hair 
which she never likes. She often 
seems to be lost, especially when 
she is on her way to the wrong 
class. You may excuse her because 
she is from Val D'or. She always 
tries to be on a diet, but M & M 
are her downfall. Don't worry 
Caro, you're not fat!!! Good luck 
for the future! Don't be too frus- 
trated in life! We will miss you!!! 

D. et D. et J. 




LAURA BOOTH 

"So this is it," said Arthur, "we are 
going to die." 

"Yes," said Ford, "except ... no! 
Wait a minute!" He suddenly lunged 
across the chamber at something be- 
hind Arthur's line of vision. "What's 
this switch?" he cried. 
"What? Where? cried Arthur twisting 
around. 

"No. I was only fooling," said Ford, 
"we are going to die after all." 

Well Boo, 

It's been different. Let's hope it stays 

that way. Time it was, wasn't it? 

Love Claire 




COLE BRADLEY 

Well, what can I say? I'm . 

Through 5 years we did manage 
to fit some minutes in. I hope your 
parents don't read this. Well, if 
they do, Mr. Bradley, thanks. And 
Mrs. Bradley, don't worry, it 
wasn't your cooking. The micro- 
wave dinners went down fine. By 
the way, was that on your neck 
and what were you doing in the 
bushes?? I thought it was a dieing 
animal! Nick. Uncle Coco. So 
sheep fanner, how many sheep did 
you pocess. The elephants go 
marching two by two in a circle. 
Luv, Lenk. 




JESSICA BRUCE 



Yessica. 




'Ow are you?' Urry up, let's go, I only have 
10 minutes before crease. Up or down? 

F it's cold. Hey, how's my man doin"? 

There he is! But what about Hudson?! Where 
and with who did you sleep with on Friday 
night, Jess? H.H.H. maybe'! Shhh .... be 
quiet! Don't tell anyone! It sucks, that my 
man and the killer did not come to the cliff 
with us! Thanks for the MINI-WHEATS, but 
no thanks! 

Love always. 

Yuliet 

xox 

p.s. Don't forget the bet. I never did and never 

will. Don't forget me and keep in touch!!! 

Jess, 

You are, therefore, yes, I do -MAD DOG 
(D.C.M.). 



NICHOLAS BRUNEAU 

I was lost within myself, 
Searching for a reason. 
I held out my hand. 
Yet could not reach . . . 
Freedom will have to wait: 
I'm too short!!! 

BCS Saying: "I would've "seized 
the day", but I had crease, then 
prep, then ..." 
No, no really, long live life after 
lights out, the Bachelor's Club, 
and the 'Cousin' tradition. 



JULIET CARVALHAL 

Yuliet, 

Hey, chikita, whas 'appening? Why 
don't you come here 'an jump in my 
Camaro? No! Ptchouw, ptchouw . . 
. Don't do dat, you Mexicano woman! 
Were are your Marlboro's? Where is 
the Killer? I don't know, but I am go- 
ing to 'kill-her' if she does not stay 
away. Do you want to go to North? 
No, maybe you wanna go to Smith in- 
stead? No, let's pass by center stairs 
and see if he is in the prefect's room. 
Then off to T.T.! Should we jump off 
the cliff and catch our butts? Take care, 
love always, 

Yessie 

xox 

p.s. Don't ever forget our good times 

and don't forget me! YourB.F., Jess!!! 



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STEPHEN CHAN 

You #!$#@, You are going to go 
to Cegep, then to university, then 
to work for me. I will never for- 
get your 300% profits in the 
poker. 

Remember your Christmas pro- 
mises, no more girls, and no more 
than 40 dollars in your pocket at 
one time! It is time to get some 
sleep, don't go too crazy on prep 
after light-out!!! 

Friends always 
JAMES Mckellar 



CATHERINE CHEN 

Hi, what's the matter? Let me 
guess, it's life, isn't it? Right! 
C'mon, cheer up, take easy, who 
cares?! (I don't) Okay, let's go to 
my room and who should we pick 
this time? A-ha, him, nope, maybe 
her . . . Trust me, these cards are 
really true. Well, thanks for being 
there, the food, the drinks, klee- 
nex and, of course, sisterhood. 
Don't worry, I O U a gigantic, 
immense, utterly furry, incredibly 
soft, extremely cuddly, and big- 
ger than life stuff animal. 

Love Sis 




Memory Box . . . 
*Don't Worry, Be Happy!* 
Remember the sleepless nights we 
spent together in your freezing? 
boiling hot? room. They were 
"Awesome" but, what were we 
doing? Obviously not studying, we 
were . . . Never mind! Don't for- 
get next time we have to prepare 
plenty of junk food for our hun- 
gry stomachs during prep's never 
ending talk. Anyway, thanx for 
the friendship, it's a golden gift 
which we cherish very much. 
Love C.S., S.S., and L.C. 
P.S. He's really good-looking! 





JOHN CHORNY 

John, 

"Life is too important to be taken 

seriously" 



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JOSHUA CUNDILL 

Jesuit, a rich B.C. Ser. a King living 
in a chateau de S . . . , who redefined 
the word Cheesyness. Introduced to V- 
nus fly trap, munched on V-llage grec, 
and soon gave it up because it was V- 
ile. PUUing flips here and there he 
would suddenly disappear. COKE, 
Puke, Jean Coutu, Josh nollified him. 
Athletic Prowess Worm! You never 
did get a table dancer, did you. Well 
hopefully we'll be able to meet again 
in the deepest, darkest, most superior 
comer of the studio. See ya Rookie. 

HACK, ABJEW, F.B.I. 

P.S. Live life, taste death, and get off 
scotch free 



CLAYTON DEMERS 

M.C. - Clay-T. You got a new doo, 
what did your barber do? He played 
a mean trick on you. Not half as bad 
as what you left in the dinning hall on 
Saturday evening. But hey, it was 
worth the 50 hours. The sound effects 
engineer, who gave us free stereo 
sound when we watched t.v. will be 
missed. Flipping a hopless Denis with 
a wig and nylon stockings will be one 
of your finer memories of this fine in- 
stitution. Math nerd, when will you 
clean the s-t off your nose. 

The JESUIT, HACK, ABJEW, F.B.I. 
P.S. Live life, taste death, and get 
busted! 





ADAM DEVITA 

Who am I, where am I, What am 
I doing here? Wednesday the 16. 
OATMEAL. 



DAVID DUBE 

David Dube is the whiz kid of the 
school. He doesn't talk a lot, but when 
he speaks it is for a good cause. Don't 
ask him stupid questions, because he 
won't answer. David studies a lot and 
he has good marks. But David has not 
always been a good boy. We remem- 
ber when he was always late for New 
Student Lines. All the year, David has 
shown all around a beautiful picture 
of a girl called Karine from Amos (the 
nicest city of the world . . . ) to every- 
body! David, we are very happy to 
know you! Keep smiling!!! 

D. et C. 




CHRISTIE DUNKLEY 

Jingle Bells! Hi ho hi ho, it's off to s_e we 
go! So, do you love J. P.. M.P., or 
P.P.? Oh, P.P., isn'i that convenient 9 And 
aboul that weekend with Nora, when are they 
going to fix the jukebox? Junkanoo Fever For- 
ever' Oh, Mrs. Peacock, North Hatley is so 
nice, I've never seen it before! (at least not 
sober 1 ) In the morning, and in math class you 
will be forever known as Mrs. Cheer! My 
favourite roomie, you must remember the 
windows were not meant to hold us 'big girls' 
and often, neither were the trees! We will 
still have things to talk about when we're old 
and wrinkled on P.I Beach sipping Ting. Keep 
your head up, your heart big and remember 
the black rainbow It's not that the colours 
aren't there it's just imagination they lack. 
"I'd trade off my tomorrow for a single yes- 
terday 

Love, 
Chnssie 




NICK ELLIS 

Yes my son, 

5 years in this h . . . hole and what 
do we have to show for it. Well 
not much except some damn good 
partying! We were once 4 and now 
down to 2. The K.K.Q. members 
are dropping like flies. Almost 
down to one, but they can never 
separate us all. Long live Black- 
point and the other unknown, but 
unforgettable party places. Nick, 
the man that has been well ac- 
quainted with most of the girls of 
the Gait graduating class. K.K.Q. 
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Baby Gaiter 




DAVID FORTIN 

No one gets cut from cross country but 
David is the only person who can man- 
age to miss the bus every desertion run. 
After cross country running, he tried 
football but it wasn't his thing either! 
Although he never lost his smile and 
curiosity . . . There's never anything 
he doesn't want to know. David also 
able to miss one week of school by say- 
ing that he had a little flu. While every- 
one at school was studying, he was 
watching T.V. and reading Steven 
King books. Despite his little faults, 
he likes to help people. He's a good 
person. He's David Fortin!!! 
Good luck in the future! We know you 
will be the best! 




DAVE GIRARDIN 

Have you ever spoken to Christy? 
No, I don't have any hairspray! 
No, we don't know how to say I 
love you in Spanish! Nice car! 
Nice burns! Hey, what's in your 
food? A hair? Was it one you 
saved from your Beer-Goggled ex- 
pedition with . . . What ever you 
did, I'm sure you did it for Dad! 

Marty + Simon 
P.S. Last one to class is more than 
a rotten egg!!! 




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Goog, Emguy, please! Is that the 
green monster? Stop laughing and 
get out from under the table! And 
the water went woosh and my bla 
. . . WHAT did that guy look like 
on the otherside of the picture? 
Knock twice on the elevator 
. . . NO, no one could have felt 
the pain I felt! Dube it! Give me 
5! Will you settle for 3 and 1/2? 
You make the walls jealous! Look 
who's hiding in the bathroom! 
ARHG! It's been an experience, 
LOVE YA! Don't be a bad daddy! 
H.A. & C.B. 




Meet a Guy with a whistle more 
dangerous than a knife from up 
North. Athletically he has graced 
the school and, academically he 
tried very hard. Guy leaves B.C.S. 
and the Studio behind in search 
of a real education and a stripe 
joint. Scrum Buddies. Kicking 
specialist stud. House captain, 
power maniac! Speaking of man- 
iac. This Guy corrupted M.C. into 
a true one. He will carry on the 
tradition. The Jesuit. ABjew. And 
F.B.I. 

P.S. Live Life, Taste Death and 
get off SCOTCH FREE! 




CLAIRE HEENAN 

Claire, 

Some people come into our lives 
and quickly leave. Some stay for 
a while and leave footsteps on our 
hearts. And we are never quite the 
same. Never change. 

Love always, 
Bunny 
P.S. Never forget to stop and snort 
the dandelions along the way. 








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TARA HOLLAND 

Tera bull, OOOHHH stomach ache! 
Foot in the mouth disease. Nice brother 
Tara - sociable. 

Motorcycle gangs in Ottawa at mid- 
night. Camping - try and contain Pippa. 
Caravan night life in fourth form. 
Chasing after a flashing chicken. 
Lenk's window at one. I'm hungry 
again guys. Three hour walks in the 
rain. I don't think so. Lose something 
in the cork? I haven't exagerated in 2 
million years. Oh, well, you know 
what I mean. Nov. 23 - looking for- 
ward to chapel. Jerimiah was a bull- 
frog. Watch out failing ele- 
phants! 
Love always, the B.P. 



ELENA JELOWICKI 



Sing for us Dena! Another announce- 
ment! Sit on any woopie cushions lately? 
Men: Cole, Cole, and Cole. Sheep any- 
one? I swear I got it tripping on a branch 
on the beach! Black Point. Abdullah, 
Apple Juice and lover of Calvin. 
Calvin. So who's Calvin? 

- We don't know. We only remember that 
he was wearing CaJvin Klein underwear. 

- . . . Oh . . . 

Treking the to bus. YFTC NV. Surpris- 
ing. Martha's Vineyard and cookies. 
Man in a suitcase. Remember, Remem- 
ber the fifth of November with gun- 
powder, treason and pot. Poison Ivy. 
Mini barfs. Jacuzzi Lenk. Rabid dogs. 
It's the police! 911! 911! Laugh much? 
Love always the B.P 



JENNIFER JOHNSTON 

Good luck and best wishes in the 
future from all your friends at 
B.C.S.!! 



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GREG JONES 

Little wormy became a man (?) 
So he thinks. Going to O'leary's 
Greg? 

So you got the keys to the car, can 
you drive? 

Move over people, this future lit- 
tle engineer is learning fast. 
He's become a social figure, along 
with the fruit of the loom guys, 
and intends to stay there. Best of 
luck for the future (what future?) 
and your life in general, where did 
you park it Greg . . . 



SARA LANDAU 

Special thanx to Mom, Dad, Jen. 
I love U. Franzi, Healer, I'm on 
my way to Stonehenge once again 
. . . LAY, TASH, ALEX + 
ELFY! To TIFF who I'll always 
love, and Chrissie who might not 
know. Only the sky above us do 
we hold in common. I look at it 
often as if somehow reflected from 
its immensities, I will one day find 
myself gazing into all of your eyes. 
See you soon on the bright side 
of the sun . . . SABO 



ANN LIN 

Hey, lover. Guess what? We made 
it! After those essays, tests, and 
of course, late lights! What a re- 
lieve, eh? Don't worry about the 
way you walk, it's really nothing. 
Ha! Please STOP wearing black 
at night in case U scare someone 
with your "long" hair. Anyways, 
U R such a good friend for all of 
us, we'll love U always. L.C., 
S.S., and C.S. 

Remember Do Not let childishness 
carries U away! 



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CHERYL LOUSLEY 

Hey Cheryl, why didn't you kiss him? 
I'll never forget our talks. You always 
managed to depress me even more! 
(joke) It's almost over, so smile. Well 
at least we succeeded in keeping Mi- 
randa alive for more than two days. 
A moment of silence for Darcy. May 
he rest in peace. So you eat any sour 
cream and onion crackers lately, or did 
wolfing down that box in two seconds 
satisfy you? Laugh much in Chapel? 
Not too obvious since your sitting in 
the choir. 

J.D., T.P. 





CHRISTIAN MACKENZIE 

"I'm walkin' down that long, 

lonesome road, babe 

Where I'm bound, I can't tell 

But goodbye's too good word, 

gal 

So I'll just say fare thee well 

I guess that kinda sums it all up. 
I'd like to thank a few people for 
helping me make through the last 
couple of years and keeping me 
sane: Jimi, lerry, Roger, Buddy, 
Muddy and B.B. lohnny, the 
Adams and of course, Caitlin. 






VANESSA 
MANGONES-LESSARD 

Best Wishes in the Future from 
all your Friends at B.C.S.! 





ERIKA MAROSI 

Eureka! It's a bird, it's a plane, it's 

. . . super Erika! Orange juice and v 

More durango? Canoe much Erika? 
please stand up in the shower. Hey 
h'Erika, let's play our game, h'okay? 
It's definitely because of your blond 
hair! Little piece of scum under the 
horses foot ... I knew you'd say that 
. . . and green on'de brazes. Know 
what I mean Vern? Where is Cole's 
grandfather's house? 5 more minutes. 
No, I'm definitely not getting in Guy's 
car! Spraypainting at 6:00 AM. 
Christie's upside down braid, annoy- 
ing! Camping in your backyard, pic- 
nicing on the rock, the Rising Sun and 
Blackpoint. How could we forget? 
Lot's of Love, the B.P. 



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JAMES MCKELLAR 

Yes James! Small nose you've 
got?! $2.00 entrance fee after light 
out?! I really enjoyed waking up 
to the sound of heavy metal 
through the wall! Good music? 
Poor sammy has to put up with 
it all the time! Don't forget, arcade 
tomorrow . 

House captain "j" and a good one 
too?! How many hats do yo have 
anyway? Ahh, Ahh, Abbas, s*$ c 
you never understood! I'll always 
remember those times and I know 
you will too . . . s*$t eh? 

Good Luck, 
The Arab next door!! 



JULIE MELLING 

S — once again! To my reality, my 
best friend, my life, I love you Amanda 
Poole. Thanx to K.M., P.M., S. 
(BUDDY) R.. L. (HYDROX) D., 
M.B. (BISHOP'S MAN) and to 
B.L.C. my home away from home, 
you've made an eternal mark in my 
heart forever. Thank you Mom, Dad, 
Cath and Lalie, all my best wishes. 
Thanx to MERIT cigarettes, SMOKE!! 
BEEHIVE 90' chain and bind me. 
HAPPYTIME! Greetings BOWMEN, 
rhi HILSTER, yinyang mushroom. 
Elfy. 

LOVE, Silly Raccoon! 



Hey fuddamucka! Wha' ya say? 
Did you drown in the shower this 
morning? 

So, that's why you took so long 
getting dressed . . . for F . . .? 
Or is it TRIM? Or even better, 
MONKEY (D.W.)? 
Did you have a good "trip" in 
Chapel or do you always fall to 
your knees on someone's birth- 
day? 

By the way, stop pickin' dose in- 
talopa! 
Cos dread, I ain't for ya talk! 

Love Jeni W. and Missy 




BJORN MUSKUS 

Good luck and best wishes in the 
future from all your friends at 
B.C.S.!! 



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BRUNO OHAYON 

Best Wishes from all your Friends 
at B.C. S.! 



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LAURA OSBORNE 

Sing sweet nightengale. But, I am 
superman + I can do anything. 
$500? Who the hell lives in Ed- 
monton?? The gillard zoo animal: 
lalmus. W/C meeting at 12 + do 
you really have blond hair every- 
where? + green in de bag. Stoney 
river was taped? Stone boat of the 
giant + target practice against fat 
cows. Feb. 11 + April 13- 15th. 
Burn me, I'll run. (to the corner 
masters store) You'll be sorry 
when I'm dead. HW's door: the 
devil will find work for idle hands 
to do. Love the B.P. 






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CAITLIN PALMER 



Good luck and best wishes in the 
future from all your friends at 
B.C.S.M 



JAMIE PASHAGUMSKUM 



Mellow Donatello, didn't know 
his . . . from his elbow. A boy 
from up yonder met a girl from 
down under, and never did get 
over (her). Rooming with coke, 
forced him to smoke. At night he 
played like Jimmy Paige, until he 
really . . . off the Maj. In the jun- 
gle he would sit, with a big wad 
of . . . Gumskum. 

Hack. Nuggets. Coke and Abdoo. 



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MARTY POMMIER 

You've come a full circle being 
a truck to a workman. Psycho flag 
mission from Hyde to Bishop's. 
Carvashmegbucketputridhole the 
experience or the nightmare? 
Knives in the ceiling!? ... he did 

it for DAD!! "another c 

marty, geez!" The famous b — 
massage in Quebec. The pit stop 
on chapman path. The non stop 
laughs on Saturday nights for 10$. 
Marty would like to thank his 
father and Marie for their support. 

the guys. 



MONTY PRICE 

Bonehead came to B.C. S. in 4th 
form and met A --. But football 
season started and Monty wanted 
to get injured so he ran away. In 
5th form he met a vulture but she 
flew away. Later on he met Steph 
and had to buy some tape. "Look 
into the darkness . . ." get a life! 
In 6fh form he met Curios George 
(SKANK!) but she was hungover. 
Then he met Vanessa (HO!) but 
she was Robbed and Hurled away . 
Now he is alone. Maybe he'll find 
true love at C.M.R.! 

Simon 




CHRISTINE PRICE 



Oo la la la! Frustrated? Need some ex- 
ercise? The weight room is free, 
"pump up [he jam" Smith Gardens is 
deteriorating in such a bad way! It's 
been a while since you went gardening 
with Inga. "Don't forget the ferti- 
lizer!" Jingle bells! Cup it, did you 
hear that? Whistling, ruuun! Damn, I 
got burrs in my butt! I'm out the door 
babe, there's other fish in the sea. 
Really? Yes really. You know you 
were the best he ever had! Need new 
overalls? Or maybe we need a new 
screen. What a> wedge! Whoa, this 
article's a little long, I'm gonna miss 
you. Love x infinity, 

Chrissie^ 

See ya bouger, love ya. J.B. 



DENIS PROULX 

Coke, four years and how many 
roommates? Too many. Disgrac- 
ing yourself on the bus and the 
club initiation. How did it taste 
anyway? Quoting Shakespeare to 
the girls in hopes of not being re- 
vealed, but it was just too obvi- 
ous. Stud! You were a beast on 
the field and an awsome guy off. 
Have fun at Marianopolis and 
good luck getting in! By the way 
Coke how did you get that name 
anyway? 

F.B.I. Hack Cundill and Abdoo. 




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RODERICK QUINLAN 

I DIP THEREFORE I AM. 

Descartes 



MUETASSEM RASLAN 

Mikey came here to learn a bit of eng- 
lish. What a joke! He was above all 
that b-cha! from the very beginning. 
It only took one syllable for us to rec- 
ognise his superior mind . . . MO! The 
reading is adapted from GENESIS 35, 
chap. 11: 

. . . And God said: 
"Mikey is your name, 
but your name shall no longer be Mi- 
key: 

from now hereafter, Mooty shall be 
your name." 

We'll never forget you, ol' buddy. 
Never close your mind. I hope you'll 
stay crazy forever. See ya later, Moots. 
Its time for us all to move on. 





FRANKLIN RAFF 

The clouds above us join and separate. 

The breeze in the courtyard leaves and 

returns. 

Life is like that, so why not relax? 

Who can stop us from celebrating? 

Chinese poet Lu Yu, from The Tao Of 

Pooh. 

Hmm. Neat, he? It's about all of us, 
of course . . . But mostly for all of you 
who have helped me to learn. What 
have I seen in 5 years? Erica's glow- 
head, Denis's love for Jen, Lenk's 
understanding hugs, Simon's singing, 
17 long hours of Laura, and never 
enough of Pippa. We've done a lot of 
growing up together. Let's keep cel- 
ebrating our discoveries. 



MICHELLE RICHARDSON 

Good luck and best wishes in the 
future from all your friends at 
B.C.S.!! 



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PIPPA SECCOMBE-HETT 



FAMOUS LAST WORDS: I'm not 
coming back next year. 19 rules. Down 
by the bay + all along the river you 
managed to be chased by rabid dogs 
while whistling yellow submarine + 
making glorious use of THE CUP. 
Black Lantern: lovely breath + are 

those maggots in our r ?? Bagel 

chips, asparagus + its almost cupcake 
time. Stoney river: burn Tonto; she'll 
run. Surprising, P.O. box police, Man 
In a Suitcase, disgusting + spitting 
games. C .... we even ... in the 
hallways. I've come to whish you an 
unhappy birthday . - The Lone Ranger 



JOYA SENNIK 

Good luck and best wishes in the 
future from all your friends at 
B.C.S.l! 







ADAM STEIN 

A man in disguise from the cottage 
to 152. 




CONNEY SU 

Hey baby girl! 

You've been in B.C. S. for 4 years, 
and you're gonna stay for one 
more year?!! Are you crazy? 
Don't you wanna live a real life? 
B.C.S. is the right place for you. 
Your yellow sash looks good on 
you. CHEERS CONNEY!!! 
Thanks for typing my Eco. paper 
and everything you've done for 
me. LATE LIGHTS . . . You're 
always welcome in our room. Quit 
being on a diet. Good luck on your 
future. I love you always. M.J. 





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SOPHIE- ALEXANDRA 

VEZINA 

Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, . . 
. Football, Rugby? Slide-tackei, mud, wet 
grass, dirty socks, bruises. Wins, losts, Joy, 
Happyness tears, anger. 
Stress, exausted, too much Work, 3 o'clock 
AM, compositions done "a la derniere min- 
ute' ' , strugleing between english and french. 
90%, 80%. 72%, less . . . 

Friends, party times, lonly moments; Every- 
thing happened to me the last two years here. 
It'll be hard to leave the green fields and oak 
trees. But 'TABAROUET!" une Fois partie 



Thanks to all of you I 
who helped me go through this 
last year . . . even those who 
m'onl fail la vie dure! 





SIMON WAYLAND 

"I'm not sorry if I'm walking too 

slow 

Today I'm not going where I'm 

suppose to 

And the sun feels good ..." 

National velvet 

Thanks to Funk for the hours we 
spend being weird (what does Nel- 
lie Mclung say?), to Jameson for 
the basketball game and to Kyler, 
Bauger and Shiva for the treks ("at 
least nature doesn't talk back") 





DAVID WILLIAMS 

Pizzaville, Cafe Meeho, the Pier, 
Chanteclerc, Charlie and Gertrude, 
#34. jumping out windows, push-ups, 
Endless Love. Nothing compares to u 
David. The times we shared were in- 
credible, but I guess it had to end. I'm 
sorry I had to mess up. Scars are scars 
and there is nothing I can do about 
them. There's always that destiny 
though right? Wherever you go, what- 
ever you do, I will be right here maybe 
not waiting, but certainly a friend if 
you need one. I'll always remember 
you, et je t'aime toujours, Michelynn. 
PS Dors bien! 



SAMI YAZBECK 

Samual Azeez, always been an in- 
despensable part of B.C. S life, Ath- 
letically, pushing and pumping your 
body to perfection, "No more Kar- 
ate, I do Rocky crease now." 
Academically invaluable (Bio) "No 
Adrian I can't write any bigger" So- 
cially, we always looked forward 
to your enlightning and inspiring 
outlook on life. "Enough DICE 
jokes Sami, rap for us". Good luck, 
don't take any wooden nickels, and 
watch out for "BUMPBACKS". 

Adrian + F.B.I. 



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JUKE CLOSING AND W 
PRIgELJST 1990/91 ;jv 

FORM VI • f' , - *■, , 

7W£ GOVERNOR GENERALS MEDAL Presented by the Governor General 

Awarded to the student standing first in Form Vi. 

This year awarded to: CHERYL LOUSLEY 
GENERAL PROFICIENCY Awarded to students achieving First Clas&Honours. ^ 

This year awarded to: LAURA BOOTH, CLAIRE HEENAN, I-WfiN (CONNEY) SU 
THE Lf. COL- G,R. HOOPER PRIZE FOR MATHEMATICS Presented fey Mrs. G.R, Hopper at msmwf 
of her husband, Lt. Colonel G.R. Hooper. 

This year mvarded to: I-WEN (CONNEY) SU 
THE SIXTH FORM PRIZE FOR CHEMISTRY, ,. 

This year awarded to: LAURA BOOTH 
THE SIXTH FORM PRIZE FOR PHYSICS 11 ... ' 

This year awarded to: CHERYL LOUSLEY 
THE SIXTH FORM PRIZE FOR BIOLOGY 

This year awarded to: MOON-JUNG CHOI 
THE BCS, PRIZE FOR JUNIOR FRENCH This year aw aided toe , » „~ .., ,. 

LANGUE MATERNELLE GENEVIEVE BEDARD 

LANGUE SECONDE CHERYL LOUSLEY .. . ,,, ,, ... 1,.,. %, .. -..„.* ,,. «>..--« 

THE HOWSON PRIZE FOR ENGLISH 

This year awarded to: CHERYL LOUSLEY ,/. ..: 

THE }'. GRAHAM PATRIQVIN PRIZE FOR HISTORY 

Tiiis year awarded to: SIMON WAYLAND y . <"--£■ 

THE SIXTH FORM PRIZE FOR GEOGRAPHY 

This year awarded to: ILENA JELOWICK3 ■§/. ■),, ■ 

THE SIXTH FORM PRIZE FOR ECONOMICS 

This year awarded to: CHERYL LOUSLEY , 
THE HEWSON PRIZE FOR MUSIC 

This year awarded to .'LAURA BOOTH : ... ,,X"~ 

I-WEN (CONNEY) SU x 

THE STOKER PRIZE FOR ART % ; »v mmmm>mMmmm M 

This year ^warded to: ADAM DEVIT A _., | 

THE SIXTH FORM PRIZEifOf [DRAMA _ " " W 



This year awarded to: FRANKLIN RAFF 

form pi , , ./. ^ ,_.,,, . c ,;_ 

THE OLD BOYS' PRIZE Awarded to the student obtaining the highest average in 1-orm Vii. 

This year awarded to: YEN-TSUN (ANDY) LAI,.. ■,;.;. , >, . 

GENERAL PROFICIENCY Awarded' to students achieving first class Honours 

This year awarded to: DANNY DE KEE, NICHOLAS SCHEIB, JENNIFER STUHLMANN 
THE ROBERT A. KENNY PRIZE FOR ADVANCED MATHEMATICS 

Presented by Mrs. R.H. Hyndrpm ir> memory of her late husband, Robert A. Kenny, who attended P.C.S. 
from 1926 to 1935, being Head Prefect in his final year. It is fitting that this prize is given for Seventh Form 
Mathematics because Robert Kenny, himself won a Seventh Form Mathematics Prize. 

This year awarded to: YEN-TSUN (ANDY) LAI 
'THE WEIR DAVJS PRIZE FOR COMPUTER *.. 

' This year awarded to: YEN-TSUN (ANDY) LAI 
THE SEVENTH fORM PRIZE FOR CHEMISTRY 

This year awarded to: YEN-TSUN (ANDY) LAI 
THE SEVENTH FORM PRIZE FOR PHYSICS 

This year awarded to: YEN TSUN (ANDY) LAI 
THE SEVENTH FORM PRIZE FOR BIOLOGY 

This year awarded to: KRISTIN SMITH 
THE SEVENTH FORM PRIZE FOR GEOGRAPHY 

This year awarded to; SALLY GOODWIN 
THE SEVENTH FORM PRIZE FOR ECONOMICS 

This year awarded to: GUIOMAR SMEETS 
THE SEVENTH fORM PRIZE FOR LA W « 

This year awarded to; GUIOMAR SMEETS 
'■'■ THE SEVENTH FORM PRIZE FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE 

IMs year awarded to: CHRISTOPHER MACDONALD 
THE SEVENTH FORM PRIZE FOR SOCIOLOGY 

This year mvarded to: JOSEE DUFRESNE 
THE SEVENTH FORM PRIZE FOR ACCOUNTING 

This year awarded to: JENNIFER STUHLMANN 
THE HEWSON PRIZE FOR MUSIC 

This year awarded to: SCOTT LOUSLEY 
THE SEVENTH FORM PRIZE FOR DRAMA 

This year awarded to: MARC-DAVID MUNK 



SPECIAL PRIZES 

THE LOWEN. ONDAATJE, MCCUTECHEON, & CO. EDUCATIONAL AWARD 

Awarded annually to a senior student who lias done the most while at the School to encourage love 

of scholarship . either through personal attitude and achievement, or through assistance to others. 
This year awarded to: YEN-TSUN (ANDY) LAI 
THE MULE. CAILTEUX FRENCH PRIZE 

Awarded to the girl whose attitude towards the learning and living of the French language has, this 

academic year, most benefited the BCS community. 

Presented annually in memory of Mile. Odette Cailteux, teacher Of French, King's Hall, Compton, 

1940 to 1972, by Mary Cochrane Holt Cowans (KHC 1954) and John Douglas Cowans (BCS 1954). 
This year awarded to: SOPHIE VEZINA 
THE GRANT JOHNSON PRIZE FOR POETRY 

Donated by Grant Johnson, a BCS old boy and poet, this prize is awarded annually to the student 

who has produced the best collection of poetry during the school year. 
This year awarded to: KYLER WELLS 
THE REVEREND LUCIUS DOOUTTLE SHIELD 

Awarded by The Prelects to the house which has contributed most to school spirit throughout the 

year. 

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Presented to the School by PACT 1986-87 
This year it is presented to: GRIER NORTH - KYLER WELLS 
THE ANTHONY AWDE TROPHY FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING "^ 

Presented by the Old Boys' Association in memory of J. Anthony Awde, BCS 1963-68, who was tragi- 
cally killed in an automobile accident during his first year at McGHl University. Tony Awde overcame a 
speech handicap during his yap at.B.C.S., and, was one of our accomplished public speakers and Cha- 
pel readers by the time he reached his senior year. He actually won the Headmaster's Pnze tor Reading 
in Chapel. - • . .,. , 

This year it is presented to: AARON PATELLA 
THE KAY ART PRIZE "4; v ' t > '.-. , 

Presented by Mr. Colin C, Kay in memory of his son, Douglas CM. Kay,; who died while attending 
B.CS., 19064913. ■> '■■■ ':■ -■ '', f. , 

Awarded to the student demonstrating the most talent in An among students in the School. 
This ymr awarded to: %XKl mmifMA ' ■*. "■ 
THE RIDDMLL PRIZES FOR DRAMA ..,-.. 

Presented to the boy srtd girl %. the' opihion of the metrfbers of the Players Club have made we greatest 
contribution to Drama at BCS. during^the year. ■ ^ . ^ ■;, ■ ' , y . 

Tflis year awarded to: ROBIN RfJRRLE, ILENA JELOWiCKI ^ '■ 

TUB. KENNglH HUGESSEN PRIZE FOR CREATIVE WRJTING -i 

Founded by the Hon. and Mrs. Adrian Knatehbull HugesSen in memory of their son. Kenneth, B.C.S. , 

4936-1941, >, .. ., / ■/. v -. /. ■'. , . ■■!■ .■ k ; ■■>, i A 

this year awarded w: CHERYL LO0SLBY 
THE HEADMASTERS PRIZE Awarded. fcr.^tttstandiag contribution to the Chapel, 

This year awarded to; TETSUYA MAENO 
THE CHAIRMAN'S PWZM - <=>> ", ■', >■' >• ■>.; . ■>< 4' ' , 

Awarded to the girt to Foots 2 to 5 who receives three First Class Team Colours and obtains the highes 
/-'average among the three colour wjBftersY /''.■ ':'■/ < 

This year awarded to: SARAH EDDY 
THE VICE-CHAIRMAN'S PRIZE ' -kf ?■* 

Awarded to the boy in Forms 2 to 5 who receives three First Class Team Colours and obtains the high- 
est average among the three colour wingersS 

This year awarded to: FRANCOIS-CHARLES SIROIS 
THE LAURA JOLL AWARD ^Presented by tie Old Girls' Association. ■' "'■.. .-.*■■■ 

Awarded to the girls who have shown most effort in contributing toward house spirit. 
this year awarded to: SALLY GOODWIN, ASTRID HOOGVLIET, KRISTIN SMITH 
THE WINDER CUP Presented by Mrs. J.B. Winder in memory of her husband, Dr. J.B. Winder. 

Awarded to the student receiving three First Team Colours during one year, in either Sixth or Seventh 
Form, and obtaining the highest average among the three colour winners. 
Tltis year awarded to; NICHOLAS SCHEIB 
THE D.A.G. CRUICKSHANK AWARD 

Last year the staff presented this award in recognition of David's service to the School. The award goes 
to the student who in David's words best exemplifies "Leadership through Service". 
This year awarded to: SCOTT LOUSLEY 
B.CS. TANKARDS 

Awarded to students obtaining First Class Honours in Form VII. having already obtained First Class Ho- 
nours in Form VI. 

This year tankards are awarded to: DANNY DE KEE, YEN-TSUN (ANDY) LAI, NICHOLAS 
SCHEIB 

B.C.S. Tankards are also awarded to the following who have given exceptional service to the School: 

* A BCS Tankard is awarded this year to Sally Goodwin for her consistent and positive commitment to BCS. 
In her six years here she has participated, with enthusiasm, in all aspects of school life. She has regularly earned 
colours in her creases, and has enjoyed working on the Carnival Committee and in the Players' Club - both behind 
and on the stage. She represented the school well as an exchange student at Box Hill, and at the Round Square 
Conference. In this her final year, she has been a Prefect, Head of Choir, Commanding Officer of the BCS Cadet 
Corps, and a participant in the Round Square Project in Kenya. 

Congratulations, Sally. 

- A BCS Tankard is awarded this year to Robin Hurrle. Since Robin's arrival at BCS in September 1988, he 
has demonstrated a work and leadership ethic that is second to none. 

Ih the drama department his wizardy and expertise in carpentry and building have made him the backbone of 
the technical aspect of numerous school productions. His leadership in running the supply section of the Cadet 
Corps and in the running of McNaughton House have been exceptional. 

Robin has been an example to all. 

^'A BCSTan^d-»a*«ar* BBS year' tq/Andy Lai. - 

Wher) someone mentions thisyoutjg man's name, some people think of academic success, quiet leadership, math . 
awards,' scholarship offers, and an acceptance to Harvard University. Others picture prefecture, senior football, 
settlor basketball, singing; bass, the, stage, and the yearbook, pis houseparent fbjr one. thinks of re^ysurjaort, 
respect and involvement. Teaching is what this young man does When he holds court with tie junior hoys, or 
when students arrjverjn a .daily basis to ask. for tutoring. .Everything he does, be does without fanfare or a need 
for recognition. 

Due to tfeei|i0Sttive*xample he canstandy ;gives.his;peer$, the respect Jie receives from others, and bis involve- 
ment in the School. Andy Lai is very deserving of this Tankard. 

- A BCS Tankard is awarded this year to Marc-David Munk. Marc's outstanding contribution to the school 
tal&s ro&ay Shapes. From his leadership- as a Cadet Captain , to his consistent support of the Shbebax Campaign; 
from his work in the Players' Club - both on and off stage - to his instigation of the paper recycling program; 
from his concern and efforts on the pfoneering crease, to his'eomptete reliability as a Prefect, Marc has made* 
an ..outstanding contribution. -■ ■* ■ WK 

But more than that, Marc Ms shewn integrity, rtonesty, maturity, and a strength of character second to none. 

THE HARTLAND B. MAtDOUG/HtkEDAL 

Given by the MacDougall Family itt memory of Hartland B. MacDougall, B.C.S., 1889-1894. 
Awarded to a boy in the School for leadership, integrity, industry, and games. 
This year awarded to: MARC -DAVID MUNK , „>, 

THE GILLARD AWARD Presented; by the Old Girls' Association, 

Awarded to a girl in the School for leadership, integrity, industry, and games 
This year awarded to: SALLY GOODWIN 



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September 

School Opening - Michealmas Term (5th) 

Form VII Dinner - Plantation (9th) 

Mountain Day at Orford (9th) 

I.D. Cards and School Photos (12th) 

Terry Fox Run (1 6th) 

Leisure Dress allowed in 

Dining Hall (18th) 

New Cadet Drill introduced (18th) 

Form Trips (28th) 

New Cadet Camp (iOth-Oct. 1) 

October 

House Photos Taken (lst-5th) 

Photo Sale (5th) 

Thanksgiving Chapel Service (5th) 

Thanksgiving Away Weekend (6th- 1 Oth) 

Old Boys and Girls Weekend (6th) 

Round Square Conference in 

Aiglon College, England (10th-15th) 

Book Fair (11th) 

Garry Gedds, Poet and Political 

Activist at BCS (15th) 

Fall Sports Banquet (31st) 





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NOVEMBER 



November 

Hallowe'en Dance (1st) 

Cross Country Run and Away Weekend 

(2nd-7th) 

First Snow Fall (7th) 

Arrrustice Day Service (11th) 

Alwyn Morris, Native Rights Activists 

at BCS (13th) 

Shakespeare Days (15-16th) 

Player's Club Production The Strike at 

Putney Church (20th-24th) 

Down Day (21st) 

Scholarship Trials (23rd-24th) 

Community Service Trip to Quebec City 

Mission for Operation Shoebox (29th) 

December 

Cadet Mess Dinner and Dance (1st) 

Band Concert (1st) 

Crunch Time (3rd) 

Students leave for India Project (6th) 

Christmas Exams (10th) 

Christmas Dinner (12th) 

Annual Festival of Nine Lessons and 

Carols in St. Martin's Chapel (12th) 

Christmas Break (12th-Jan. 8th) 







The Morning Trek from Chapman House 

6:45 am, BEEP 1 BEEP! Your digital alarm rings. Your 

eyes sag. 

Your stomach growls. You know its time for school. 

As you look out the window the trees howl 
Driven 
by 
icy winds 
The long walk to school begins. 

The glare of sunlight reflecting off the white snow 
making your eyes wince and tear. 
Your moist warm face feeling the brisk winter air, 
Hearing and feeling the cracking as the air freezes the 
mucus in your nostrils. 

The journey continues up the slippery unplowed path. 
Frustration sets in as the deep snow slows your move- 
ment and fills your boots, 

Your ears numb and redden as the relentless winds cut 
across the open field of the cemetery. 

Your pace quickens as the school is in sight, 
You trespass across the forbidden ski trail will- 
ing to accept the punishment of law, but not the cold. 

The icy schoolhouse stairs try to throw you down, but 
you don't give up. 

Finally you are there, and only the heavy oak doors 
keep you from the warmth of center stairs. 

Once in the door your nose starts to run. 

The frozen tears on your eyes begin to defrost, 

Ears thawing out, you make your way to the dining hall. 

Stopping at the cloisters you take off your frosty coat. 

Revealing your stylish BCS blazer. 

Your stomach is empty, you are starving, until you see 
the food. 

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January 

Grub Day (25th) 

TOEFL Exams (26th) 

February 

Shirley Stoker Memorial Service in 

Montreal (1st) 

Round Square Discussion Groups (8th) 

Mid Term Break (8th-13th) 

Canadian Ski Marathon (10th) 

Alumni Hockey Tournament (8th-10th) 

Book Fair (14th) 

Winter Carnival '91 (22nd-25th) 



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April 

Country Day School Band visits (3rd-5th) 

Easter Chapel Service (7th) 

Gillard Lecturer, Mrs. Joan Winser 

KHC '41 (18th) 

Mini Round Square Conference (22-27) 

Player's Club Production - To Kill a 

Mockingbird (23-27th) 

Stoker Spring Arts Festival (26th-27th) 

Immunization Shots from Nurses (30th) 



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May 

Kevin Major, Author at BCS (10th) 

BCS Annnual Inspection and Opening of 

New Gym (1 7th) 

Away Weekend (1 7th-22nd) 

Band Trip to Country Day School 

(22nd-24th) 

Black Watch Church Parade in Montreal 

(26th) 

Founder's Day Service (26th) 

Old Boy's Cricket Match (26th) 

French Trip to Quebec City (3 1st) 

June 

Friendship Day in Lennoxville (1st) 
Intramural Sports (7th- 19th) 
Crunch Time (10th) 
BCS Exams (11th) 

Form VII and VI Dinner at Plantation, 
Slide Show and Photo Sale (20th) 
Closing Chapel Service (21st) 
BCS School Closing (22nd) 




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THANiC-Y@tJ.SEST WISHES* and' « 

GQQPBYE* 

Gaston Cote (Teacher - 1986-91) 
Briafi Outlets (Development- 1990-91) 
Mark and Carolyn Gallagher 
(Teachers, Houseparents - 1978-91) 
Muriel Milfimort "'■' 

^Business Officer -1968-911 : 
Geoffrey Thomson 
ITeacher, Choirmaster - ? 1985-91) 
Married;; Major: David Turner and 
llloma fair (June 8th, 199V) 
Married: Jeffery Bray and 
Shelley Gardner (August 24?. 199 1)> 
Died: Shirley SiPker 
"(Chairperson 1984-1981 IDec 22, 1990]) 



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Thank-You 

and 

Best Wishes 

from the 

Yearbook Staff 

Senior Staff 

Andy Chou 
Andy Ui 
Dennis Ui 
Tetsuya Maeno 

Junior Staff 

Liz Drake 
Liz Marleau 
Dina Nelson 
Laura Osborne 
Francois Sirois 

Photography 

Andy Chou 
Steve Macknish 
Karen Vaneyk 

Thank-You to All Those 
Who Made Contributions 
to This Yearbook. 

Staff Advisor 

Karen Vaneyk 

Extracts from the Pocket Oxford Dictionary of Current English. 
Sixth Edition, edited by J.B. Sykes (Oxford: Oxford University 
Press, 1978) used by permission. Thank-you. 





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WISHES THE GRADUATING CLASS 
,he BEST OF LUCK! 



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MARLEAU, LEMIRE INC 



HUBERT R. MARLEAU 
Chairman 



1155 Rene Levesque Blvd West, Suile 2205, Montreal, Quebec H3B 4T3 
Telephone 15141 875 8864 • Fax 15141 B75-8593 



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Meubles, vaisselle, lampes, horloges. bijoux 

Furniture, china, lamps, clocks. Jewellery 

Boutique cadeau/Gitt shop 



M-T. RODRIGUE 
819/567-9715 



241 Queen 
lennoxville, P.Q. J1M 1Kb 



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Box 516 

Knowlton, Que. 




ANDR£ BRACONNIER 

PHARMACIEN 



3215. boul. des Arables 
Tracy (Quebec) J3R 2W6 
742-0404 



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Sorel (Quebec) J3P 3G6 

743-8488 




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Meridian (English-Chinese) Translations 



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President &% M. H 
Tel. (613) 837-7738 
Fax. (613) 824-8352 



1651 Place des Ravins 
Gloucester, Ontario 
Canada K1C 6H3 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to the Graduates! 

Fred and Louise Melling 




RBC 

DOMINION 

SECURITIES 



1-416-688-0927 (Fax) 



Peter M. Partridge 

Vice-President & Branch Manager 

RBC Dominion Securities Inc. 

P.O. Box 285 

St. Catharines, Ontario L2R 6T7 

(416)688-1330 

1-800-263-7200(416) 




Best Wishes! 

to 
BISHOP'S COLLEGE SCHOOL 
from 
PREP SCHOOL 

4240 Girouard Ave 



est: 1944 



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Rock Forest. QC J1N 1B2 

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Incorporated 



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tel. 705/726-0225 
fax 705/726- 16 17 



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QUALITY PRODUCTS FOR COMPOSITES 



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SUITE 1501, 

500 RENE-LEVESQUE BOULEVARD WEST, 

MONTREAL, QUEBEC H2Z 1W7 

TEL: (514) 393-1144 
FAX: (514) 393-1390 



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E. Douglas Reynolds 



Peter N. Quinlan 
Gordon Usher-Jones 



William Cowen 

ucubik Of ronowro stock cxchanoc aho imvistuc mt dcalcrs associa no* of Canada 



Les Mai sons Funeraires 




BLAIS 



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Reina, Renald & Remi Blais, pro^ 

582, ave Centrale, Val d'Or, Qc J9P1P8 



825-3322 



Les Maisons Funeraires 




BLAIS 

INC. 



Reina, Renald & Remi 
Proprietaires 

141 rue Principale Nord 
Amos, Que. J9T 2L1 

510, 11e Avenue 
Barraute, Que. JOY 1A0 

24, 6e Avenue Ouest 
La Sarre, Que. J9Z 1L3 

5, 5e Avenue Ouest 
Macamic, Que. JOZ 2S0 

1062, rue Royale 
Malartic, Que. JOY 1Z0 

654, 11e Avenue 
Senneterre, Que. JOY 2M0 

582, avenue Centrale 
Val d'Or, Que. J9P 1P8 



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732-5191 

734-6666 

333-2544 

782-4688 

757-4394 

737-2123 

825-3322 



Matagami, Lebel-sur-Quevillon 
et les paroisses environnantes. 



ROBERT B. McMARTIN.d.v.m. 



R.B. McMARTIN & ASSOCIATES 
Veterinary Surgeons 



P.O. BOX 760 

NOBLETON. ONTARIO 

CANADA LOG INO 



CLINIC 

(416)659-0128 



WOODBINE OFFICE 

4 ANSWERING SERVICE 

(4I6I67J-2726 



Carlo et Lise Iannuzzi 



543 rue Notre Dame 



Thetford Mines, Que. 



Tel:(819)-564-52G4 
Fax:(819>-564-5265 



OSTEOPOROSIS CLINIC 



DANIEL HYHAL tl.D. 
Director 



C.H.U.S. 
Sherbrook».Qu«. JIH 5N4 



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Special Thank-you to Our Patrons! 



Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Black 



John Colfer 



Anne and Mark Drake 



Judi Dunn (Class of y 64) 

Chan Sau Fong 

John and Betty Greer 

Dr. Jacques Gregoire 



Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hurrle 

Gino Hong 

Lorraine and Claude Lamoureux 

Lorraine Mackenzie 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. P.C. Maclaren 

William McDonald 

Donald W. McGillivray 

A. Fredrick Melling 

Jiro Mukawa 




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Daniel Myhal 

Janet (Burgoyne) Partridge 
(KHC '57- '63) 

Yu-Wu Pan 

Judith and Derek Pannell 

Paul Pommier 

L. Pourhakimi 

Andre and Therese (Barriere) 
Proulx 

Peter N. Quinlan 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Scheib 
(BCS '42- '50) 

Dr. and Mrs. Gabriel Slowey 

Millicent Smeets-Muskus 

Ming Cheng Su 

Mark Patrick Tame 

Louise Thibault Vezina 

J. A. Way land 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon H. Wells 

Hanitijo Wijanto 



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trade as successor; ~ vw.. 
commendation {say a good word jori. 

[E] 

goodby'|e, *-by', int. & n. {pi. ~es, 
*~s). Farewell (expr. good wishes 
on parting, ending telephone con- 
versation, etc.) ; kiss, wave, ~e to, 
(fig.) accept loss of. [God be with you] 

gob'dly a. (-iness). Handsome; of 
imposing size etc. [E] 

gob'dness n. Virtue; excellence; 
kindness {have the goodness to wait); 
(in excl.) God {goodness knows; for 
goodness' sake; goodness gracious!). [E] 

gob'dy n., a., & int. 1. n. Something 
good or attractive, esp. to eat; 
(colloq.) hero etc. (opp. baddy): 
goody-goody person. 2. a. (-iness). 
~ (-goody), obtrusively or weakly or 
sentimentally virtuous. 3. int. expr. 



Adrian Abdoo 

3223 Trafalgar Avenue 

Westmount PQ 

H3Y 1H8 

Naheed Ahmed 

207 Woods Street 

Sherbrooke PQ 

J1J 2X5 

Pierre-Alain Archer 

9 rue de 1'Eglise 

91820 Vayres/Essonne FRANCE 

Thomas Ashcroft 

209 Old Shefford Road 

Granby PQ 

J2G 8C6 

Heather Atkins 

366 Penville Bay Road 

Riviere Beaudette PQ 

JOP 1R0 

Angela Badillo 

I 1921 Gilbert St., #14 

Garden Grove CALIFORNIA 

92641 

Christina Balys 

27A Varley Drive 

Kanata ON 

K2K 1G3 

Alexandra Barclay 

872 Cite des leunes 

St. Lazare PQ 

JOP 1V0 

Christina Barlow 

3 Harrold Drive, B.U. 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 1Z7 

Shelley Barlow 

3 Harrold Drive, Bishop's University 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 1Z7 

Melissa Barsoski 

Box 6061 Gulshan. 

Dhaka 12 BANGLADESH 

Genevieve Bedard 

740 Scott Road 

Granby PQ 

J2G 8C6 

Caroline Belton 

84 Kingsview Drive 

Bolton ON 

L7E 3V5 

Ian Belton 

84 Kingsview Drive 

Bollon ON 

L7E 3V5 

Samir Bendriss 

Ullernchausseen 13 

0377 Oslo 3 NORWAY 

Nadia Bendriss 

Ullernchausseen 13 

Oslo 3 NORWAY 

0377 

John D. Biron 

P.O. Box 126 

Dmmmondville PQ 

J2B 6V6 

Rachel Black 

7 Astwood Road 

Paget BERMUDA 

DV04 

Caroline Blais 

582 avenue Ccntralc 

Val dor PQ 

J9P 1P8 

David Bondurant 



1127 Holnian Street 

Leavenworth KS 

66048 

Laura Booth 

Bishop's University 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 1Z7 

Josee Bourgault 

7 Boul Simard, Suite 802 

St. Lambert PQ 

J4S 1Y4 

Catherine Braconnier 

C.P. 552 

Sorel PQ 

J3P 5N9 

Justin Bartholomew (Tolly. J.B.) Bradford 

131 Ivy Crescent 

Ottawa ON 

KIM 1X7 

Cole Bradley 

P.O. Box 15 

North Hatley PQ 

JOB 2C0 

Gillett Bradley 

P.O Box 15 

North Hatley PQ 

JOB 2C0 

Ghislain Brodeur 

278 Principale 

St. Alponse de Granby PQ 

JOE 2A0 

Dominique Brown 

43-5 I Great Titchfield Street 

London ENGLAND 

W1P 8DD 

Jesse Brown 

43-5 1 Great Titchfield Street 

London ENGLAND 

W 1 P 8DD 

Jessica Bruce 

3500 ave. Grey 

Montreal PQ 

H4A 3N6 

Nicolas Bnjneau 

180 East Pearson. #5602 

Chicago IL 

60611 

Katharina Bun? 

Birkenweiler 3, 

7771 Fnekinger GERMANY 

Monica Cardenas Torres 

Arbol 40 

San Angel. Mexico City MEXICO DF 

01000 

Molly Carr 

100 Ashgrove Circle, Apt. 10 

Pointe Claire PQ 

H9R 3N4 

Gregory Carvalhal 

54A Seroe Blanco 

ARUBA WEST INDIE 

Juliet Carvalhal 

54A Seroe Blanco 

ARUBA WEST INDIE 

Peter Cassar 

885 Argyle 

Sherbrooke PQ 

J IJ 3J5 

Eli Chaimowicz 

19 Vaudry 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM IA8 

Leah Chaimowicz 

19 Vaudry 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM IA8 

Kwok Ki (Stephen) Chan 

3886 Terrasse Jean XXIII 

SI. Hubert PQ 

J4T 3L6 

Chung-Wen (Peter) Chang 

8120 Crescent du Rhone 

Brossard PQ 

J4X 2K8 

Ana Chavez 

Emilio Castelar #61-15 

Colonia Polanco, Mexico DF. MEXICO 

11560 

Catherine Chen 

1251 Sunland Vista Ave. 

Sacramento CA 

95831 

Lin-Wei (Linda) Chen 

1901 Rossignol 

Brossard PQ 

J4X 2C3 

Henry Cho 

1360 St. Jacques. Apt 509 

Montreal PQ 

H3C 4M4 

Moon-Jung Choi 

503 Hall 

Nun's Island, Verdun PQ 

H3E IH3 

Amelie Choiniere 

49 Alexandra 

Granby PQ 

J2G 2R5 



John Chomy 

334 Elm 

Westmount PQ 

H3Z 1Z5 

Sung-Po Chou 

101 Place Charles Lemoyne, #1817 

Longueuil PQ 

J4K 2T3 

Chien-Jung (Michael) Chu 

9F 89 Jen-Ai Rd., Sec. 2. ROC. 

Taipei City TAIWAN 

Alexander Cobbett 

422 Roslyn Avenue 

Westmount PQ 

H3Y 2T5 

Trevor Collins 

R.R. #1, Box 27 

Hudson PQ 

JOP 1H0 

Marcia Collins 

Box 27, R.R. #1 

Hudson PQ 

JOP 1H0 

Dennis Colpitts 

6 Albatross Court 

Ycllowknife NWT 

X1A 1Y7 

Frederick Corey 

621 Lansdowne 

Westmount PQ 

H3Y 2V7 

Philip Cote 

P.O. Box 263 

North Hatley PQ 

JOB 2C0 

Adrian Cox 

R.R.#2, Old Notch Road 

Sutton PQ 

JOE 2K0 

Katharine Cross 

732 Canada Road 

Edmundston NB 

E3V IW4 

Bradley Culmer 

P.O. Box F-2468 

Frecport BAHAMAS 

Joshua Cundill 

10 Ramezay Road 

Montreal PQ 

H3Y 3J6 

Abdallah Dandachi 

P.O Box 4005 

Riyadh 11491 SAUDI ARAB 

Carole Dangoisse 

55 Lafleur 

North Hatley PQ 

JOB 2C0 

Karim Daouk 

4000 Plaza Towers, de Maissoneuve W., 

Apt. 2010 

Westmount PQ 

H3Z 1J9 

Manesh Daryanani 

63 Repulse Bay Road 15/B 

Manhattan Tower HONG KONG 

Marcel David 

454 Victoria Ave. 

Westmount PQ 

H3Y 2R4 

Danny De Kee 

2695 Mesy Street 

Sherbrooke PQ 

JIL 1A4 




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Luc Delaney 

Box 145 

Charlotte VT U.S.A. 

05445 

Clayton DeMers 

359 Grosvenor Avenue 

Westmount PQ 

H3Z 2M3 

John Dench 

Dune Gate. 5 Clarence Rd. Dorchester 

Dorset ENGLAND 

DTI 2HF 

Steve Desmeules 

1430 Fitzpatnck 

Sillery PQ 

GIT 111 

Iain Detchon 

Bishop's College School 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 1Z8 

Adam DeVita 

Box 750 

Nobleton ON 

LOG I NO 

John Doherty III 

P.O. Box FU89 

Freeport, Grand Bahama BAHAMAS 

Oliver Drake 

P.O. Box 687 

Hudson Heights PQ 

JOP 1J0 

Elizabeth Drake 

P.O. Box 687 

Hudson Heights PQ 

JOP 1J0 

Marie-Helene Dube 

271 Taschereau 

Amos PQ 

J9T 1Z8 

David Dube 

271 Taschereau 

Amos PQ 

J9T IZ8 

Josee Dufresne 

14320 Harris, 

Pierrefonds PQ 

H9H IL4 

Christie-Kroon Dunkley 

P.O. Box N4870 

Nassau BAHAMAS 

Jessica Dunkley 

P.O. Box N4870 

Nassau BAHAMAS 

Hilary Dunn 

431 Ronning Street 

Edmonton ALBERTA 

T6R IZ2 

Charles de Sainte Marie 

P.O. Box 179 

St. Paul Ile-Aux-Noix PQ 

JO J IGO 

Catherine de Sainte Marie 

P.O. Box 179 

St. Paul Ile-Aux-Noix PQ 

JOJ IGO 

Sarah Eddy 

27 Avondale Court 

Fredericton NB 

E3B 1Y3 

Tarek El Habbal 

P.O. Box 11931 

Jeddah SAUDI ARAB 

21463 

Demetra Elias 



4695 Pavilion 
Rock Forest PQ 

iin isi 

Niki Elias 
4695 Pavilion 
Rock Forest PQ 
JIN ISI 

Meyrav Elkeslassy 
57 Hampslead Road 
Hampstead PQ 
H3X 1RI 

Johanna Elkeslassy 
57 Hampstead Road 
Hampstead PQ 
H3X 1RI 
Christopher Ellis 

14 Place Lido 

Dollard des Ormcaux PQ 
H9B 2TI 
Nicolas Ellis 

15 Vaudry Street 
Lennoxville PQ 
JIM IA8 
Valeria Enrich 
Pablo Alcovcr 79-11) 
Barcelona SPAIN 
08017 

Camila Enrich 

Pablo Alcover 79-(l) 

Barcelona SPAIN 

08017 

Louis-Philippe Ethier 

307-24e Avenue 

Deux-Moniagnes PQ 

J7R 5WI 

Melanie Ethier 

307-24e Avenue 

Deux-Montagnes PQ 

J7R 5WI 

Julie Ethier 

307-24e Avenue 

Deux-Montagnes PQ 

J7R 5WI 

Michelle Evangelista 

I 859 Croissant Theoret 

Brassard PQ 

J4W 2K6 

Lewis Jr. Evans 

Bishop's College School 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM IZ8 

Charlton Jr. Farmer 

5275 Kensington Avenue 

Montreal PQ 

H3X 3S7 

Catherine Fitzgerald 

48 35th Street 

Etobicoke ON 

M8W 3K2 

Patrick Fortier 

19 Prospect 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 1W7 

David Fortin 

1 1 1 10 ieme Ave. Est 

Amos PQ 

J9T 1H8 

Lisa Marie Fulford 

8 Norbrook Mews 

Kingston 8, Jamaica 

West Indies 

Ellen Fung 

1 140 Riopelle 

Brossard PQ 

J4X 2G8 

Douglas Gardiner 

55 Fountain Hall Road 

Edinburgh SCOTLAND 

Charles-Michel Gauthier 

1684 McCullough 

Dunham PQ 

JOE 1M0 

Tony Girardin 

145 Notre-Dame 

Drummondville PQ 

J2C 2L3 

Dave Girardin 

145 Notre Dame 

Drummondville PQ 

J2C 2L3 

Chor-Chiat Goh 

1029 Manning Avenue 

Verdun PQ 

H4H 1Z9 

Sally Goodwin 

Bishop's College School 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM IZ8 

Adam Gottdenker 

Box 28. R.R.#2 

Hudson PQ 

JOP 1H0 

EUina Gourgourinis 

3681 Harwood Blvd. 

Hudson PQ 

JOP 1H0 

Lucy Gray-Donald 

Box 516 



Knowlton PQ 

10E IV0 

Sarah Greer 

46 Howard Avenue 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 1A7 

Francois Gregoire 

405 Victoria 

Sherbrooke PQ 

J1H 3J3 

Guy Hackett 

80 Peel Street 

Sherbrooke PQ 

J1H 4K1 

Alexander Hackett 

111 Victoria, P.O. Box 211 

Knowlton PQ 

JOE 1X0 

Sara Haltiner 

c/o ARAMCO, P O. Box 851 I 

Dhahran SAUDI ARAB 

31311 

Virginie Hamelin 

1328 Redpath Crescent 

Montreal PQ 

H3G 2K2 

Flora Hanitijo 

780 Sydney 

Brossard PQ 

J4X 2B2 

Jameson Har 

6815 Mackle Road 

Cote-St-Luc PQ 

H4W 3E7 

Tracey Harding 

315 Normandie Blvd. N. 

Farnham PQ 

J2N 1W5 

Claire Heenan 

629 Clarke Ave. 

Westmount PQ 

H3Y 3E5 

Ian Henderson 

473 Argyle Avenue 

Westmount PQ 

H3Y 3B3 

Gregory Hill 

818 Old Notch Road 

Sutton PQ 

JOE 2K0 

Tara Holland 

101 Parker Street 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 2A2 

Po-Lin (Brian) Hong 

No. 105, Lane 562, Sec. 2 Shaten Road, Tatu 

Taichung, TAIWAN ROC. 

Astrid Hoogvliet 

Oral Mitre, 7-5-1 

Barcelona SPAIN 

08017 

Chiao-Jen Hsueh 

217 Roland Jeanneau Street 

Nun's Island PQ 

H3E 1R5 

Robin Hurrle 

P.O. Box 98 

Perth-Andover NB 

E0J 1V0 

Andre Iannuzzi 

543 Notre Dame N. 

Thetford Mines PQ 

G6G 6S6 




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Tessa Jelowicki 

7 Bown Street 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM IE9 

Uena Jelowicki 

7 Bown Street 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM IE9 

Amanda Jelowicki 

7 Bown Street 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 1E9 

Lara Jelowicki 

7 Bown Street 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM IE9 

Stephanie Jessop 

Amead Point Drive 

Greenwich, C.T. 

U.S. A 06830 

Jennifer Jobin 

4099 Tapestry Trail 

Mississauga ON 

L4W 4E3 

Jenifer Johnston 

18 Sunnyside Avenue 

Westmount PQ 

H3Y IC2 

Elizabeth Jones 

400 Moulton Hill Terrace 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 2A2 

Gregory Jones 

400 Moulton Hill Terrace 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 2A2 

Carolyn Kane 

151 Forest Hill Road 

Toronto ON 

M5P 2NI 

Philippe Kantardjieff 

663 Vauquelin 

Rock Forest PQ 

JIN 1X7 

Naoya Kawata 

2-15-302 6 chome Okamoto, Higashmada-Ku 

Kobe JAPAN 

658 

Khaled Khayat 

1070, St. Matthew, Rene Levesque, Apt #403 

Montreal PQ 

H3H 2S8 

Omar Khayat 

1070 St. Matthew, Rene Levesque, Apt #403 

Montreal PQ 

H3H 2S8 

Nathalie Koll 

P O. Box F-713 

Freeport, G.B.I. BAHAMAS 

Krystyna Kouri 

1890 Moulton Hill Rd., R R. #1 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM 2A2 

Aaron Kozlowski 

R.R. #2, I Persons Road, 

Knowlton PQ 

JOE IVO 

Sebastien Lafaille 

884 Blvd. Si-Francois Nord 

Sherbrooke PQ 

JIE 3P9 

Yen-Tsun Lai 

165 De Navarre, Apt. #112 

Si-Lambert PQ 



J4S 1R5 
Yen-Yu Lai 

165 de Navarre, Apt. #112 

St Lambert PQ 

J4S 1R5 

John Laidlaw 

3677 Foxgrove Place 

San Diego CA 

92130 

Justin Lamoureux 

20 Dunbar Road 

Toronto ON 

M4W 2X6 

Sara Landau 

342 Redfern Avenue 

Westmount PQ 

H3Z 2G5 

Shirley Law 

Flat A 7/f, No. 66-68. Fuk Tsun St., 

Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon HONG KONG 

Julien Lecorps-Cameron 

P.O. Box I 180 

Knowlton PQ 

JOE 1V0 

Charles Lecuyer 

38 South Lakeshore Drive 

Hypoluxo, Florida 

33462 

Blair LUford 

Rhodesford Mains, Box 327 

North Hatley PQ 

JOB 2C0 

Ewan LiJford 

Rhodesford Mains, P.O. Box 327 

North Hatley PQ 

JOB 2C0 

Shih-Han Lin 

#4 Nei Chian Street 

Taipei TAIWAN 

ROC 

Ann Lin 

2520 Ste Antoine West, Apt #201 

Montreal PQ 

H3J 2S2 

Simon Lo 

3139 Southmore Drive E 

Ottawa ON 

KIV 6Z6 

Cheryl Lousley 

R R #2 Oxford Station ON 

K0G I TO 

Scott Lousley 

R.R. #2 

Oxford Station ON 

K0G I TO 

Chia-Chia Lu 

6th PI. NO 67, Anho Road 

Taipei TAIWAN 

Chhe Ly 

5425 Casgrain. Rm #803 

Montreal PQ 

H2T 1X6 

Christopher MacDonald 

220 Saunders St. 

Fredericton NB 

E3B IN7 

Alison MacDonald 

220 Saunders Street 

Fredericton NB 

E3B IN7 

Christian Mackenzie 

100 South Drive 

Toronto ON 

M4W IR6 

Jamie Maclaren 

1 174 Sherman Drive 

Ottawa ON 

K2C 2M6 

Sebastien MacMillan 

R.R. #2 

Finch ON 

KOC IK0 

Tetsuya Maeno 

3-38 Sakanakaji 

Jushiyama. Ama-Gun Aichi JAPAN 

490-14 

Vanessa Lessard 

Windsong 

Westmoreland 

Si. James. Barbados. 

Wl. 

Elizabeth Marleau 

589 Lakeshore 

Bcaconsfield PQ 

H9W 4K5 

Charles Marleau 

589 Lakeshore 

Beacons fie Id PQ 

H9W 4K5 

Emily Marosi 

P.O. Box 547 

North Hatley PQ 

JOB 2C0 

Erika Marosi 

P.O. Box 547 

North Hatley PQ 

JOB 2C0 

Corinthia Martin 



Tuppeny House 
Tuckerstown BERMUDA 
HS 02 

Melissa Martin 
P.O. Box F-1026 
Freeport BAHAMAS 
Timothy Mason 

I I Gordon Street 

Lachute PQ 

J8H 3M5 

Andrew McDonald 

P.O. Box 91 

Iqaluit NWT 

X0A OHO 

Kristine McGUJvray 

286 Zephy Ave 

Ottawa. Ont. 

K2B 5Z8 

Scott McGillvray 

286 Zephy Ave. 

Ottawa, Ont. 

K2B 5Z8 

James McKellar 

7086 Rideau Valley Drive South, R.R. #1 

Kars ON 

K0A 2E0 

Damian Mears 

The Old rectory, Freckenham 

Suffolk SCOTLAND 

IP28 8JF 

Julie Melling 

3993 Montrose Avenue 

Montreal PQ 

H3Y 2A3 
Celine Michel 

1860 Simard 

Sherbrooke PQ 

J1J 3X6 

Gaetan Michel 

I860 Simard 

Sherbrooke PQ 

J1J 3X6 

Erin Moran 

Periwinkle. 25 The Lane 

Paget (PG05I BERMUDA 

Yusef Morant-Wade 

Registrars Chambers Supreme Court, 

21 Parliament 

Hamilton BERMUDA 

Michael Moreland 

P.O. Box 725 

Knowlton PQ 

JOE IVO 

Mikala Moss 

#119 Rum Close. P O. Box F-3559 

Freeport BAHAMAS 

Matthieu Moss 

530 Victoria Avenue 

Westmount PQ 

H3Y 2R5 

Maya Mukawa 

Nishihara Uehara 207 

Okinawa JAPAN 

903-0 1 

Marc-David Munk 

358 Sumach Street 

Toronto ON 

M4X IV4 

Bjom Muskus 

202 A Jan Sofat 

Willemstad NETHERLAND 

Genevieve Myhal 

1267 Portland 

Sherbrooke PQ 




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Yasunori Nakagawa 

12 Ohasi-machi 
Takasaki, Gunma JAPAN 
370 

Dina Nelson 

13 Glendale 
Lennoxville PQ 
JIM 1Y2 

Natanya Nerenberg 
61, Roule 143 
North Hatlcv PQ 
JOB 2C0 

Christopher Newman 
4 De Casson Road 
Westmount PQ 

H3Y 2H1 
Amy Nourse 
230 Berlioz Pare 
Nun's Island PQ 
H3B 1B9 
Sophie Nunnelley 

R.R. #3 

Sutton PQ 

JOE 2K0 

Bruno O'Hayon 

Areas Maldonado II 

Park Marbella SPAIN 

Christopher O'Meara 

P.O. Box 500 (DELHI) 

Ottawa, ON 

KIN 8T7 

Laura Osborne 

2 Redpath Row 

Montreal PQ 

H3G 1E4 

Helen Owen 

Trevaunance. Whitchurch 

Tavistock, Devon ENGLAND 

PL199DD 

Gregory Pacault 

2 Allee des Champs 

50260 Lamerlaye FRANCE 

Caitlin Palmer 

1700 Papineau Ave., #204 

Montreal PQ 

H2K 4H9 

Yu-Jen Pan 

No. 4, 7 fl., Yen-chi St., 46 Lane 

Taipei TAIWAN 

Sophie Pannell 

9 Murdoch Ave. 

Rouyn-Noranada PQ 

J9X 1C2 

David Papas 

7 The Woodland, Wheelers Hill 

Victoria AUSTRALIA 

3150 

Richard Jr Parenteau 

2332, Ste-Catherine 

Rock Forest PQ 

JIN 2X3 

Desiree Parris 

P.O. Box F-3018 

Freeport BAHAMAS 

John Partridge 

119 Riverdale Avenue 

St. Catharines ON 

L2R 4C1 

Tanya Pash 

139 Elizabeth, BG 50-7 

Val-Senneville PQ 

JOY 2P0 

Jamie Pashagumskum 



P.O. Box 239, D2-2 

Chisasibi PQ 

J0M 1E0 

Aaron Patella 

85 School Street 

North Hatley PQ 

JOB 2C0 

Thomas Peacock 

Bishop's College School 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM IZ8 

Marie-Genevieve Pilon 

1700 Moulton Hill, C.P. 85, R.R. #1. 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM IZ3 

Jean Francois Pinero 

996 Argyle 

Sherbrooke PQ 

JIJ 3J8 

Natalie Poirier 

460 Ridge Road 

Hudson Heights PQ 

J0P 1J0 

Michelynn Poirier 

460 Ridge Road 

Hudson Heights PQ 

J0P I JO 

Martin Poromier 

86, I4ieme Rue, 

Roxboro PQ 

H8Y IM8 

Alfred Pong 

8760 Saguenay 

Brossard PQ 

J4X 1P4 

Soraya Pourhakimi 

7912 Quill Dr. 

Downey, California 90242 

Philip Price 

4841 Ave. Victoria 

Montreal PQ 

H3W 2M9 

Christine Price 

4800 De Maisonneuve W #607 

Westmount, P.Q. 

H3Z IM2 

Montgomery Price 

3470 Redpath Street. Apt #306 

Montreal PQ 

H3G 2G3 

Denis Proulx 

16 Timberlea Trail 

Kirkland PQ 

H9J 2X9 

Roderick Quinlan 

3025 Trafalgar Ave. 

Montreal PQ 

H3Y 1H3 

Franklin Raff 

8312 Snug Hill Lane 

Potomac, Mayland 

U.S.A. 20854 

Torrance Ragueneau 

32 Highfield 

Ville Mont-Royal PQ 

H3P 1C6 

Annette Rahmann 

Am Wiesenhang 13 

Konigstein GERMANY 

D-6240 

Julia Ralph 

71 Birch Hill 

Hudson Heights PQ 

J0P 1J0 

Laura Randall 

Box 1584 

Grand Cayman B.W.I. 

Muetassem Raslan 

AIMS TRADING, P.O. box 58387 

Riyadh SAUDI ARAB 

11594 

Cedric Ravier 

39 Chemin de Trousseau 

91130 Ris-Orangis FRANCE 

Stephen Richardson 

410 Blue Heron Ridge 

Cambridge ON 

N3H 3G7 

Michelle Richardson 

86 Cote St. Charles, P.O. Box 748 

Hudson Heights PQ 

J0P I JO 

Felix Roberge 

2375 Youville 

Sherbrooke PQ 

JIJ 1N8 

Cynthia Ross 

Bishiop's College School 

Lennoxville PQ 

JIM IZ8 

Frederic Sabattier 

2 rue de la Badaudiere 

91680 Breuillet FRANCE 

Nicholas Scheib 

415 Beaumont Street 

Sherbrooke PQ 

JIJ 2R7 

Anabelle Schultes 



Gritschstrasse 30 

Pfaffenhofcn GERMANY 

1LM 8068 

Pippa Seccombe-Hett 

3 Donsdale Crest 

Edmonton Alberta 

TSP 4B7 

Alexander Seccombe-Hett 

4756 Drummond Drive 

Vancouver BC 

V6T 1B4 

Joya Sennik 

10, Royal Road 

TelfairMoka 

Mauritius. 

Indian Ocean 

Grant Shannon 

4421 Hingslon Avenue 

Montreal PQ 

H4A 2J8 

Steven Shashoua 

3577 Atwaler, Apt. 1014 

Montreal PQ 

H3H 2R2 

Thomas (Tommy) Sherratt 

Somers Dene #4 Lollys Well Road 

Smiths BERMUDA 

FL07 

Kedrin Sirnms 

P.O Box 917 

Knowlton PQ 

JOE 1V0 

Francois-Charles Sirois 

3024 St. Sulpice Road 

Montreal PQ 

H3H 1B5 

Clodagh Slowey 

Box 577, 1 Mary Street 

Chesterville ON 

K0C 1H0 

Daragh Slowey 

Box 577, 1 Mary Street 

Chesterville, ON 

K0C 1H0 

Guiomar Smeets 

Gaitoweg 30 

Curacao NETHERLAND 

Kira Smeets 

Gaitoweg 30 

Curacao NETHERLAND 

Shelley Smith 

81 Beech Road. R.R #2 

Riguad PQ 

J0P IPO 

Kristin Smith 

81 Beech Road, R.R. #2, 

Riguad PQ 

J0P 1P0 

Jeremy Stafford 

P.O. Box 60 

North Hatley PQ 

JOB 2C0 

Adam Stein 

72 rue de la Colline 

St-Sauveur-des-Monts PQ 

J0R 1R2 

Amanda Stem 

190 Lowther Ave., Townhouse F 

Toronto ON 

M5R 1E8 

Jeff Stewart 

P.O. Box 397 

Knowlton PQ 

JOE 1V0 




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Jennifer Stuhimann 
P.O. Box 339 
Lancaster ON 
KOC 1N0 

I-Wen (Conney) Su 
1705 Salvador 
Brossard PQ 
J4X IV3 

I-Hao (Marktin) Su 
1705 Salvador 
Brossard PQ 
J4X 1V3 

Shih-Min (Sendy) Su 
8900 Saigon Street 
Brossard PQ 
J4X 2K5 
Riki Sugiyama 

236-1 Hatsuma Nakaizu Tagata 
Shizuoka JAPAN 
410-25 

Asuka Sugiyama 
236-1 Hatsuma Nakaizu Tagata 
-Shizuoka JAPAN 
410-25 
Pi-hsun Sun 

No. 8. Sec 2. Yung-Ho Rd.. Yung-Ho City 
Taipei TAWAN 
23420 

Yi-chin Sun 

No. 8. Sec. 2, Yung-Ho Rd . Yung-Ho City 
Taiepei County TAIWAN 
23420 

Ayako Tamai 

295 Victoria Avenue. Apt. 501 
Westmount PQ 
H3Z 2M5 
Mark Tame 
596 rue Pare 
Deauvillc PQ 
JIN 3N2 
Gregory Todd 
2 Riddells Bay Road 
Warwick BERMUDA 
WK04 

Rhea Toman 
511 Roslyn 
Westmount PQ 
H3Y 2T6 
Eric Toman 
5! 1 Roslyn Avenue 
Westmount PQ 
H3Y 2T6 

Amelia Troubridge 
7 Liskeard Gdns 
Blackheath ENGLAND 
SE3 OPE 
Courtney Vanyo 
PO. Box 31 
Somerset PA USA 
15501 

Patrick Varin 

C.P. 375, 380 Chemin des Hauteurs 
Sle. Marguerite, Lac Masson PQ 
JOT 1L0 
Robert VeiJJon 
P O Box 447 
Mansonville PQ 
JOE 1X0 
Sophie Vezina 
1718 Montgomery 
Jonquicre PQ 
G7S 2V3 
Heather Ward 
30 Pineneedle Drive 
Aurora ON 
L4G 4Y7 
Simon Wayland 
103 Ch. des Bouleaux 
Frelighsburg PQ 
J0J ICO 
Tracy Wells 
P.O. Box F-2937 
Frecpon BAHAMAS 
Kyler Wells 
P.O. Box 429 
Cantley PQ 
J0X IL0 
David Williams 
140 Brixton 
St-Lambert PQ 
J4P 3A2 
Yip Ling Wong 

3555 Cote des Neiges. Apt 1903 
Montreal PQ 
H3H IV2 
Jenifer Wong 
1651 Place des Ravins 
Gloucester ON 
KIC 6H3 

Chih Yuan (Dennis) Wu 
9215 Cr. Rubens 
Brossard PQ 
J4X 2H6 

Chih-I (Eric) Wu 
9215 Cr. Rubens 
Brossard PQ 
J4X 2H6 
Sami Yazbeck 



370 Leacross Ave 

Town of Mount Royal PQ 

H3P 1M1 

Chen (Johnson) Yeh 

1685 Salvador 

Brossard PQ 

J4X 1V3 

Sheila Yu 

23/b Park Garden 

6 Tai Hang Drive 

Hong Kong 

Michael Zaicek 

23 Ellesmere Avenue, Miramar 

Wellington NEW ZEALAND 




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